Frederick Mulder Foundation (FMF) is a grant-making foundation funded by the profits
of Frederick Mulder Limited, a private art dealership specialising in European
printmaking between 1470-1970.
It was founded in 1986 by Frederick Mulder and for a time was known as The Prairie
Trust in recognition of Fred’s roots in Saskatchewan, Canada. The change of name in
2014 signified a new chapter in the Trust’s life, made possible by the sale of an
extensive Picasso linocut collection.
Half the proceeds of the sale were transferred to FMF, and Fred, who is Chair, and
three of his children who are Trustees, hope to make grants totalling up to £600,000
a year for the next decade.