Minne Fry, NS (born 1933) is a well known painter and printmaker of semi abstracted landscapes. She was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and came to prominence in the UK with an exhibition in 1958 at The New Vision Centre Gallery in London which was run by Denis Bowen, Halima Nalecz and Frank Avray Wilson. The gallery had a policy of promoting the work of non figurative artists, with special emphasis placed on work by artists from the Commonwealth. Minne Fry subsequently studied printmaking at Morley College in London SE1 and has exhibited extensively. She has also won an Aya Broughton painting prize at the Westminster Gallery and is a member of the National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers. A retrospective show of her work was held at the Coningsby Gallery in central London in March 2018. He work has been shown at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and also the Royal West of England Academy.