FINE ART INVESTMENTS SINCE 1978
Frank Milton ARMINGTON
Title: "Une Rue A Nuremberg"
Origin: Gazette Des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1905
Medium: Original Etching
Image Size: 9" X 5"
Frank Armington was born in Fordwich, Ontario on July 28, 1876. Armington studied art in Ontario from 1892
until 1899. He also met his future wife, Caroline Wilkinson, during these studies. In 1899, Armington made his
first visit to Paris. While in Paris he married Caroline Wilkinson and continued to study art, this time at the
Académie Julian. Armington and his wife moved back to Canada in 1900, where Armington became a founding
member and vice president of the Manitoba Society of Artists. Armington returned to Paris and lived there from
1905 until 1939. Toward the end of his life he and his wife moved to New York City. Caroline died soon after the
move, however, and Armington remarried in 1940. Armington died in New York City in 1941. Throughout his
career, Armington worked in a number of mediums including etching 221 prints and a number of lithographs.