Robert Ball Fine Art

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In 1933 Robert Ball won a scholarship to the Birmingham Central School of Arts and Crafts and remained a student there until July 1940. Whilst there he won every prize and scholarship in 1937, aged 19
.....His etching of Mr Everitt the Tram Conductor is in Birmingham's City art gallery. He was elected an Associate of the Royal Society of British Artists and is an Associate of The Royal West of England Academy.
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AN “INTRIGUING” discovery unearthed at West Midlands Police Museum has caused a stir in Birmingham’s art world.

As part of a recent refurbishment of the museum at Sparkbrook police station a number of paintings and other pieces were taken down to allow the walls to be painted....

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