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Edward Wadsworth (1889-1949) VIEW BIOGRAPHY CLOSE BIOGRAPHY

Painter of marines, marine still-life, landscapes and abstracts in tempera; draughtsman, muralist and wood engraver. He studied machine draughtsmanship in Munich before attending Bradford Art School and the Slade School from 1909-12, where contemporaries included Gertler, Allinson and Nevinson. From 1921 he made regular visits to France and in 1923, traveled to Italy. He exhibited first with the NEAC in 1911, becoming member in 1921, and the Friday Club from 1912-13. In 1913 his work appeared in the second Post-Impressionist Exhibition and he joined the Omega Workshops. When Wyndham Lewis broke from the Omega, Wadsworth followed him and subsequently showed in the Post-Impressionist and Futurist exhibition, Dore Galleries. In 1914 he was a founder member of the London Group, exhibi...

Quiet Outlook / Seaweed & Lighthouse - Edward Wadsworth

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Quiet Outlook / Seaweed & Lighthouse, 1942

61 x 51 cms
(23.97 x 20.04 in)

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