87 relations: Alfred Garth Jones, Alfred Leete, Allen W. Seaby, Annie French, Anthony Raine Barker, Aston Webb, B. F. Gribble, Campbell Dodgson, Canadian Society of Graphic Art, Cecil Aldin, Charles Haslewood Shannon, Charles Pears, David Murray (painter), David Young Cameron, Edmund Blampied, Edmund Hort New, Edward Frank Gillett, Edward Frederick Ertz, Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale, Elsie Henderson, Ernest Stephen Lumsden, Ernest Wallcousins, Ethel Léontine Gabain, F. H. Townsend, F. L. Griggs, Flora Lion, Frank Brangwyn, Frank Cadogan Cowper, Frank Dicksee, Frank Henry Mason, Frank Short, Fred Pegram, George Clausen, George Percy Jacomb-Hood, George Washington Lambert, Gerald Brockhurst, Glyn Philpot, Gordon Browne, Gordon Home, H. M. Brock, Harold E. H. Nelson, Harry Morley, Herbert Cole, Herbert Dicksee, Hilda Cowham, Ian Strang, James Guthrie (artist), James McBey, John Lavery, John Laviers Wheatley, ..., John Seymour Lucas, Katharine Cameron, Luke Fildes, Mabel Allington Royds, MacDonald Gill, Madeline Green, Malcolm Osborne, Maurice Greiffenhagen, Meredith Frampton, Nelson Dawson, Percy Bradshaw, Percy Robertson, Philip Connard, Philip Hagreen, Raymond Ray-Jones, Reginald Blomfield, Robert Anning Bell, Robert Borlase Smart, Robert Gibbings, Royal Society of British Artists, Sidney Tushingham, Society of American Graphic Artists, Stanhope Forbes, Stanley Anderson (artist), Steven Spurrier (artist), Stuart Tresilian, Sydney Long, Thea Proctor, Thomas Friedensen, W. Heath Robinson, Walter Westley Russell, Wilfrid Wood, William Barribal, William Lionel Wyllie, William Orpen, William Russell Flint, William Strang. Expand index (37 more) » « Shrink index
Alfred Garth Jones (1872–1955) was an English artist and illustrator who worked mainly in woodcut, pen and ink line art drawing and watercolour.
Alfred Ambrose Chew Leete (1882–1933) was a British graphic artist.
Allen William Seaby (25 May 1867 – 28 July 1953)England & Wales National Probate Calendar "SEABY Allen William of Culverwood Shinfield Green Reading died 28 July 1953 at 13 Whiteknights-road Reading Probate Oxford 14 October to Lloyds Bank Limited.
Annie French (6 February 1872 – 27 January 1965) was a Scottish painter, engraver, illustrator, and designer associated with the Glasgow School.
Anthony Raine (A.R.) Barker (1880–1963) was a British artist.
Sir Aston Webb (22 May 1849 – 21 August 1930) was an English architect who designed the principal facade of Buckingham Palace and the main building of the Victoria and Albert Museum, among other major works around England, many of them in partnership with Ingress Bell.
Bernard Finegan Gribble (10 May 1872 - 21 February 1962) was a prolific British marine artist and illustrator.
Campbell Dodgson, CBE, FBA (13 August 1867–11 July 1948) was an art historian and museum curator.
The Canadian Society of Graphic Art (CSGA), originally called the Graphic Arts Club, was a non-profit organization of Canadian graphic artists.
Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin, (28 April 1870 – 6 January 1935), was a British artist and illustrator best known for his paintings and sketches of animals, sports, and rural life.
Charles Haslewood Shannon (26 April 1863 – 18 March 1937) was an English artist.
Charles Pears (9 September 1873 – 28 January 1958) was a British painter, illustrator and artist.
Sir David Murray (29 January 1849 in Glasgow, Scotland – 14 November 1933 in Marylebone, England) was a Scottish landscape painter.
Sir David Young Cameron (28 June 1865 – 16 September 1945) was a Scottish painter and etcher.
Edmund Blampied (30 March 1886 – 26 August 1966) was one of the most eminent artists to come from the Channel Islands, yet he received no formal training in art until he was 16 years old.
Edmund Hort NewDavid Cox.
Edward Frank Gillett (23 July 1874 – 1 May 1927), often credited as Frank Gillett, was a British artist and illustrator.
Edward Frederick Ertz (born 1 March 1862 in Canfield, Illinois (renamed Edison Park in 1890, now a community area of Chicago). Died 1954 in Pulborough, England) was an artist and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale (25 January 1872 – 10 March 1945) was an English artist.
Elsie Marian Henderson, later Baroness de Coudenhove, (28 May 1880-1967) was a British painter and sculptor notable for her animal paintings.
Ernest Stephen Lumsden, (born London, 22 December 1883, died Edinburgh, 29 September 1948) was a distinguished painter, noted etcher and authority on etching.
Ernest Charles Wallcousins (né Cousins) (1883–1976) was a British illustrator and later a famous portraitist and landscape painter.
Ethel Léontine Gabain (26 March 1883 – 30 January 1950) was a French-English artist.
Frederick Henry Townsend (1868–1920) was a British illustrator and cartoonist.
Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs, RA, RE (30 October 1876 – 7 June 1938) was a distinguished English etcher, architectural draughtsman, illustrator, and early conservationist, associated with the late flowering of the Arts and Crafts movement in the Cotswolds.
Flora Marguerite Lion (3 December 1878 – 15 May 1958) was an English portrait painter.
Sir Frank William Brangwyn (12 May 1867 – 11 June 1956) was an Anglo-Welsh artist, painter, water colourist, engraver, illustrator and progressive designer.
Frank Cadogan Cowper (16 October 1877 – 17 November 1958), The Times, 20 November 1958.
Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee (London 27 November 1853 – 17 October 1928) was an English Victorian painter and illustrator, best known for his pictures of dramatic literary, historical, and legendary scenes.
Frank Henry Mason (1 October 1875 – 24 February 1965), RBA, RI, RSMA was an artist best known for his maritime, shipping, coastal and harbour paintings, and as a creator of art deco travel and railway posters.
Sir Francis Job "Frank" Short PPRE (19 June 1857 – 22 April 1945) was a British printmaker and teacher of printmaking.
Fred Pegram or Frederick Pegram (19 December 1870 Somers Town, London - 23 August 1937), was a prolific English illustrator and cartoonist who produced work for The Pall Mall Gazette, Punch Magazine, The Idler, Illustrated London News, The Tatler, and The Daily Chronicle.
Sir George Clausen (18 April 1852 – 22 November 1944), was an English artist working in oil and watercolour, etching, mezzotint, dry point and occasionally lithographs.
George Percy Jacomb-Hood (6 July 1857 – 11 December 1929) was a painter, etcher and illustrator.
George Washington Thomas Lambert (13 September 1873 – 29 May 1930) was an Australian artist, known principally for portrait painting and as a war artist during the First World War.
Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (October 31, 1890 – May 4, 1978) was an English painter and etcher.
Glyn Warren Philpot (5 October 188416 December 1937) was an English painter and sculptor, best known for his portraits of contemporary figures such as Siegfried Sassoon and Vladimir Rosing.
Gordon Frederick Browne (15 April 1858 – 27 May 1932) was an English artist and children's book illustrator in the late 19th century and early 20th century.
Gordon Cochrane Home (25 July 1878 – 13 December 1969) was an English landscape artist, writer and illustrator.
Henry Matthew Brock (11 July 1875 – 21 July 1960) was a British illustrator and landscape painter of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Harold Edward Hughes Nelson (22 May 1871 – 25 February 1948), usually known simply as, was an artist, illustrator, designer of bookplates, advertisements and postage stamps, copper etcher and engraver, and lecturer.
Harry Morley (5 April 1881 – 18 September 1943) was a British painter, etcher and engraver known for his classical and mythological compositions.
Herbert Cole (1867–1930) was an English book illustrator and portrait artist.
Herbert Thomas Dicksee (14 June 1862 – 20 February 1942) was an English painter who specialised in oil paintings of dogs, particularly the deerhound.
Hilda Gertrude Cowham (1873–1964) was an English illustrator, famous for her work on children's books and ceramic nurseryware.
Ian Strang, A.R.E., R.E., (11 April 1886– 23 March 1952) was a British draughtsman and etcher who specialised in topographical subjects.
Sir James Guthrie (10 June 1859 – 6 September 1930) was a Scottish painter, best known in his own lifetime for his portraiture, although today more generally regarded as a painter of Scottish Realism.
James McBey (23 December 1883 – 1 December 1959) was a largely self-taught artist and etcher whose prints were highly valued during the later stages of the etching revival in the early 20th century.
Sir John Lavery (20 March 1856 – 10 January 1941) was an Irish painter best known for his portraits and wartime depictions.
John Laviers Wheatley (23 January 1892 – 17 November 1955) was a British painter, art teacher and museum director who also served as a war artist in both World War One and in World War Two.
John Seymour Lucas (21 December 1849 – 8 May 1923) was a Victorian English historical and portrait painter, as well as an accomplished theatrical costume designer.
Katharine Cameron RWS RE (26 February 1874 – 1965) was a Scottish artist.
Sir Samuel Luke Fildes (3 October 1843 – 28 February 1927) was an English painter and illustrator born in Liverpool and trained at the South Kensington and Royal Academy schools.
Mabel Royds (1874–1941) was an English artist best known for her woodcuts.
Leslie MacDonald Gill (6 October 1884 – 14 January 1947), commonly known as MacDonald Gill or Max Gill, was a noted early-twentieth century graphic designer, cartographer, artist and architect.
Madeline Emily Green (1884–1947) was a British figurative artist, who exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Society of Women Artists, the Society of Graphic Art and at many other locations in Great Britain, and abroad.
Malcolm Osborne PPRE (1 August 1880 – 22 September 1963) was a British original printmaker known for his intaglio prints of landscapes, urban views and portraits.
Maurice Greiffenhagen (15 December 1862 – 26 December 1931, Tate Online, retrieved 27 Oct 2011) was a British painter and Royal Academician.
George Vernon Meredith Frampton (17 March 1894 – 16 September 1984) was a British painter and etcher, successful as a portraitist in the 1920s.
Nelson Ethelred Dawson (1859–1941) was an English artist and member of the Arts and Crafts movement.
Percy Venner Bradshaw (27 November 1877 - 13 October 1965), who often signed PVB, was a British illustrator who also created the Press Art School, a correspondence course for drawing.
Percy Robertson RE (1868–1934) was an English watercolour landscape painter and etcher.
Philip Connard, CVO, RA, (born Southport, 24 March 1875, died Twickenham 8 December 1958) was a British painter.
Philip Hagreen (12 July 1890 to 1988) was a wood engraver who was active at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Raymond Ray-Jones (31 August 1886 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire – 26 February 1942 in Carbis Bay near St Ives, Cornwall) was an English painter and etcher.
Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield (20 December 1856 – 27 December 1942) was a prolific British architect, garden designer and author of the Victorian and Edwardian period.
Robert Anning Bell (14 April 1863 – 1933) was an English artist and designer.
Robert Borlase Smart (1881 – 1947) worked as a journalist (art editor and critic on the Western Morning News/Illustrated Western Weekly News from 1901 to 1913), but is principally known as an artist, in which capacity he became a founding member of the St Ives School during the years following his return from the First World War.
Robert John Gibbings (23 March 1889 – 19 January 1958) was an Irish artist and author who was most noted for his work as a wood engraver and sculptor, and for his books on travel and natural history.
The Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) is a British art body established in 1823 as the Society of British Artists, as an alternative to the Royal Academy.
Sidney Tushingham (1884–1968) was a painter and etcher who specialised in rustic scenes of villages and small town life.
The Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) is a not for profit national fine arts organization serving professional artists in the field of printmaking.
Stanhope Alexander Forbes (18 November 1857 – 2 March 1947), was an artist and a founding member of the influential Newlyn school of painters.
Alfred Charles Stanley Anderson (11 May 1884 – 4 March 1966) was a British engraver, etcher and watercolour painter.
Steven Spurrier (13 July 1878 – 11 March 1961) was a British artist and painter.
Cecil Stuart Hazell TresilianHis birth was registered as "Cecil Stewart Hazell Tresilian" but he was baptised with the spelling "Stuart", and was known professionally as Stuart Tresilian.
Sydney Long (20 August 1871 – 23 January 1955) was an Australian artist.
Alethea Mary Proctor (2 October 1879 – 29 July 1966) was an Australian artist.
Thomas Friedensen (1879–1931) was an English-born artist, active in Australia.
William Heath Robinson (31 May 1872 – 13 September 1944) was an English cartoonist and illustrator best known for drawings of ridiculously complicated machines for achieving simple objectives.
Sir Walter Westley Russell CVO RA (31 May 1867 – 16 April 1949) was a British painter and art teacher.
Wilfrid René Wood (1 December 1888 – 18 February 1976) was a British engraver and watercolourist.
William Henry Barribal (1874–1952) was a London artist who began his career as a lithographer before going on to study at the Académie Julian in Paris.
William Lionel Wyllie (5 July 1851 – 6 April 1931) also known as W L Wyllie was a prolific English painter of maritime themes in both oils and watercolours.
Major Sir William Newenham Montague Orpen, (27 November 1878 – 29 September 1931), was an Irish artist who worked mainly in London.
Sir William Russell Flint (4 April 1880 – 30 December 1969) was a Scottish artist and illustrator who was known especially for his watercolour paintings of women.
William Strang RA (13 February 1859 – 12 April 1921) was a Scottish painter and engraver, notable for illustrating the works of Bunyan, Coleridge and Kipling.