(b. 1851, Warrington, d. 1906, London)


English painter. He had his initial training at Hatherly's School of Art in London. In 1882 he began his studies at the Royal Academy in London and the Académie Julian in Paris. He was an exponent of plein-air painting, he painted atmospheric, naturalistic landscape and genre pictures. He worked mainly at his country estate of east Ashling House near Chichester. He had several stays on Capri.

Between 1875 and 1906 he took part regularly in exhibitions at the Royal Academy, between 1897 and 1905 he exhibited occasionally at the Paris Salon

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