Frederick L.M. Griggs
Griggs was born in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, in 1876. He studied at the Slade School of Art and worked for two years 1896-8 in the architectural office of C.E. Mallows, the architectural draughtsman. He worked in a visionary tradition deriving from William Blake, Samuel Palmer and Edward Calvert.
Griggs created 57 prints depicting idealized Gothic buildings and landscapes. . He was Master of the Art-Workers' Guild, and one of first etchers to be elected to full membership of the Royal Academy.