A Scottish etcher who went on to exhibit 41 prints at the Royal Academy between 1885 and 1923, including prints of paintings by other artists: for example Betrayed by Walter LANGLEY (1888), A Hopeless Dawn by Frank BRAMLEY (1890) and Adversity by Frederick HALL (1891) - the latter two prints being published in The Art Journal (1890) also. His prints of various paintings gave many people the opportunity to both admire and own the art of the Newlyn School, and an early print, Fishing Boats at Hastings (1882), is held by the V&A.
works and access
Works include: A Hopeless Dawn; Fishing Boats at Hastings (1882)
Access to works: Penlee House, Penzance; V&A, London
RA (41) 1885-1923
Bednar (3rd edition 2009) Every Corner Was a Picture
Turner (1996) Dictionary of Art (Vol 9)