Born in Liverpool, he studied painting at Bradford School of Art, the Slade, and privately with John M Swan in Kensington.
He was part of the St Ives Colony of artist and visitors (1901-10), and was listed as a rate-payer in 1905. However, he is primarily known for north-country landscapes. Reg served in the Armed Forces, WWI, with his home being given as Skipton, Yorkshire. Later his home was at Masham, Yorkshire.
Painter of landscapes and figures, chiefly oils, but also in watercolour
works and access
Works include: Fresh Air Stubbs (1938) and Nutwith Common, Masham (1940) - both purchased by the Chantrey Bequest
Access to work: Imperial War Museum; Tate Gallery; Royal Academy; Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool
PS 1923, 1935
Senior RA 1958
Bradford City Art Galleries and Museums (1980) Exhibition catalogue
Buckman (2006) Dictionary of Artists in Britain since 1945
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p316)
Royal Academy (1988) The Edwardians and After, RA 1900-1950 Exhibition Catalogue
Whybrow (1994) St Ives;
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