Benjamin John Fletcher became the deputy of Leicester School of Art Principal Augustus Spencer in 1888. When Spencer left in 1900 Fletcher was made Head Master. In 1920 Fletcher accepted a position as Principal of the Birmingham School of Art. He retired in 1934 and moved to Sapperton in the Cotswolds, living in a cottage designed by Ernest Gimson. He died in September 1951 aged 83.
Benjamin Fletcher (1868-1951)
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- Dates of Creation1922