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Biography – Charles Dixon [1872-1934]
Charles Dixon was born in 1872 in Goring-on-Thames.
He studied under his father Alfred Dixon who was a genre. He went on to become a marine painter in oils and watercolour. He mainly painted scenes of steam and sail on the Thames, South Coast ports and yachting including Cowes Week. Other subjects include naval battles and Liners including the RMS Titanic. He lived at Itchenor, near Chichester, Sussex.
He was also a black and white artist for magazines, books and periodicals including The Graphic.
He lived in Itchenor in Sussex where hw was a founder member on the Itchenor Sailing Club. He died in 1934 at home.
Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours
He exhibited at the Royal Institute of Painter in Water Colours, Royal Academy, National Maritime Museum in London, Royal Society Of Artists, Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, International Society, Manchester City Art Gallery, Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Walker Gallery Liverpool.
What did Charles Dixon paint?
He painted Battleships, Jutland, Yachting, Liners, steam and sail.
How did Charles Dixon sign his works?
Signed work : “Charles Dixon”
Did Charles Dixon work in other media?
He mainly painted in oil and watercolour.
Did he make prints?
Several good quality period Chromolithographs were produced which are often confused as original watercolours as they often have expensive frames. Titles include “The Lower Pool” and “Above Greenwich” which are of low value.
There were also a number of period lithographs including “The Landing of Troops from H.M.T. River Clyde at Sedd-el-Bahr Gallipoli. April 25th 1915.
Where did he sell?
He sold paintings direct from his studio and galleries.Contact Us