Born in London on 25th March, 1849 (GRO), the artist studied art at the RA Schools. He is known to have mounted an Exhibition (1887) under the title Summertime on the South Coast from Rye to Penzance at Dowdeswells Gallery in New Bond Street, London, being the culmination of some years' work.
After 1890 he lived successively in Ripley and Godalming (Surrey), and then in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, where he died on 21 October, 1920 at the age of 72 (GRO).
Painter of genre, landscape, and marine scenes primarily in water colour
works and access
Works include: Mousehole; Up-hills at Polperro; A Newlyn Lane; Newlyn; Old Boats Beached, Newlyn; Paul Church
B (2); DOW (92); FIN (4); GI (4); LI (21); M; RA; RHA; RWS (127) and others
Dowdeswells Gallery Summertime on the South Coast from Rye to Penzance 1887
Hardie (2009) Artists inNewlyn and West Cornwall
The Year's Art