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John Morton-Sale (1901-1990)


John Morton-Sale (1901-1990)

John Morton-Sale was born in Kensington, London on 29 January 1901. Though he was musically talented and sang in the local church choir, his devout parents made him put aside his violin on the Sabbath. However, he was allowed to draw and, as a result, made an early decision to become an artist. After trying to work as a civil servant for a couple of years, he persuaded his parents to allow him to study art. He went first to the Putney School of Art, and then to the Central School of Art, where he met Isobel Lucas.

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