Educated at Bradford College of Art and Camberwell School of Art, he worked mostly in London from the interwar period specialising in travel posters. His clients included the Empire Marketing Board; London Transport and its predecessors; the London & North Eastern, Great Western and London, Midland and Scottish Railways, and the Orient and Cunard Lines.
His work was characterised by bold shapes and colours.
- Sawkins, Harold (1935). "Famous artists – Frank Newbould". The Artist 8: 154–7.
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