In 1901 at NAG the artist displayed The Braes of Balqulidden. The following year at NAG he sold two untitled pictures to a visiting Canadian (who also purchased from Ethel Louise RAWLINS and Alfred Joseph Warne BROWNE), as well as showing A Surrey Common.
Other titles sold at NAG include Penzance & Rye (1903), Moonlight and Landscape (1906), The Avon at Brent and Hoar Frost (1909), Roses (1910), and in 1913 The Flower Market and The Valley of the Avon. From Newlyn in 1905 he moved on, giving an exhibiting address in Devon (1907), in Garelockhead, Scotland (1914) and London by 1920. But he clearly returned work to Newlyn to be exhibited for more than a decade and up until 1913, when his final showing at NAG indicate two paintings were shown.
Painter of landscapes, figures and flowers
works and access
Works Include: The Braes of Balqulidden (1901); Penzance & Rye (1903); Moonlight and Landscape (1906); The Avon at Brent (1909); Hoar Frost (1909); Roses (1910); The Flower Market (1913); The Valley of the Avon (1913)
Baillie (35); GI
L (7); RBA (19); RI; Ridley (12)
NAG March 1909 to March 1914
Cornish Telegraph 25 Mar 1909
St Ives Times 27 Mar 1914
Graves British Artists 1880-1940
Hardie (1995) 100 Years in Newlyn: Diary of a Gallery
(2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p172, incl NAG Sales record)
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists