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With the USA's new military bases in Bermuda from 1941 and access denied during WW2 to most civilians, this is presently just speculation but it may have been the main reason the artist was allowed in Bermuda in 1944 as a civilian (if he was that) and painted the watercolor "The Pond" (likely coastal Coot Pond) St. British, arrived in Bermuda in the 1950s after having served in the Royal Air Force. He was a yearly winter visitor to Bermuda, beginning in 1910. From 1752 to 1753 he painted quite a few local politicians and wives.Artist, architect, film designer, illustrator, interior designer and in later life author of a children's book. Well-known for his impressionist landscapes and seascapes. in 1955 and carried out a number of mural commissions. His oil painting of chimneys at Taylor House on Pilot Darrell Square in St. He participated in many local art exhibitions, up until the 1940s. Some portraits are on display in the Bermuda Historical Society Museum.He lived for a time on the lle d'Orleans near Quebec. He started his career painting during nights and weekends.Also he was resident artist and head of the department of art, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, since 1936. During the day he worked full-time as an advertising illustrator.
The inner turmoil he suffered is well documented in the paintings themselves, but the underlying causes of his distress have been less understood. From Massachusetts, he featured prominently in the Masterworks Bermudiana book (pages 178-181) edited by the late Patricia Calnan. His small post impressionist paintings "Catching Bait off St.
Benefactors have allowed the Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda National Trust and Masterworks Foundation to get many of their paintings. His known Bermuda paintings include "Oleander on a Sunlit Path" of 1910 shown below and the oil "Cottage Garden with Flowers" circa 1915.
American, born August 31, 1879 in Newtownville, Mass. American, known to have entered Bermuda in 1944 where he painted in St. He was one of the artists earlier employed during the Great Depression to paint American and American-interest scenes.
He never had art training but established a reputation as an artist.
It is likely, although not proven, he may have painted the fine artwork below of HMS Romulus.