Born on 7 July 1862 in Nottingham with the name of Anderson Henry, Anderson was his father's forename as well. The artist was a lace manufacturer by trade, and Bednar has noted a Newlyn title listed for him in a mixed exhibition at the RBA. In 1889 at the RA he exhibited A Court in Newlyn, and the following year he showed In sweet September.
His sending-in address to the Paris Salon (1892) was 5 Magdala Road, Nottingham, and he exhibited two paintings that year: Le Soir and a view of Wells-sur-Mer (Norfolk).
He died on 23 August 1920, aged 58, in Nottingham (GRO).
Landscape painter and lace manufacturer
works and access
Works include: A Court in Newlyn, Penzance (1889); In sweet September (1890); Le Soir (1892); Wells-sur-Mer (Norfolk) (1892)
N; RBA; SS
RA (1) 1889, (1) 1890
PS (2) 1892
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall;
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists
Wood (1995) Victorian Painters