Wilkinson, Norman (1878-1971) UK (3)

Catégorie : PEINTRES

WilkinsonNV2Artist in oil, watercolour and drypoint, usually of marine subjects. Illustrator and poster artist, he also made an important contribution in both World Wars in the field of dazzle camouflage.
Born in Cambridge in 1878 he was educated at Berkhamsted School of Art.

In 1898 he started contributing to The Illustrated News and The Illustrated Mail which was the start of a long association. In Paris in 1899 he studied figure painting but was already set upon working on marines.

WilkinsonN1With his love of the sea he travelled extensively including visits to Spain, Germany, Italy, Malta, Greece, Aden, Bahamas, United States, Canada, and Brazil. He was elected R.I. in 1906, Hon. Marine Painter to the Royal Yacht Squadron in 1919, P.R.I. in 1937 and awarded the C.B.E. in 1948.

Wilkinson had a painting of Plymouth in the smoking room of the S.S. Titanic. One of the finest marine painters of this century, he is well represented in many public collections, including the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich.

Member of : Royal Society of British Artists, President of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Society of Marine Artists, Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Water-colours.

Norman Wilkinson - 4 LITHOGRAPHS
Norman Wilkinson
The Jubilee of the America Cup Race, 1851-1901, the American Yachts.
Norman Wilkinson
The Contest for the America Cup, the Finish of the First Race between "Columbia" and "Shamrock II," 28 September.
Norman Wilkinson
The Jubilee of the America Cup Race, 1851-1901, the Cup Challengers
Norman Wilkinson
The Choice of the America Cup Defender, 1901