The artist was born and lived in Liverpool, and studied at the Liverpool School of Art, London and Paris (Julian's), exhibiting prolifically. His primary shows of work were in Liverpool where he exhibited up to 200 works. It is probably in Paris, or in Grez where he also painted, that he met artists working in St Ives. Whybrow mentions him only as a visiting artist, and there is no evidence of his work here in Cornwall (as yet).
Portraits, landscape and pastoral genre
works and access
Access to works: Liverpool; Norwich; Melbourne, Australia
Liverpool Academy of Arts (President)
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p316);
Whybrow (1994) St Ives (1911-1920 list, p 216-8)
Wood (1995)Victorian Painters