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Biography – Norman Wilkinson [1878-1971]
Artist 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.
With 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 :
He was a member of the 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.
What did Norman Wilkinson paint?
He painted mainly marine scenes, fishing subject and poster artwork. This includes battleships, yachts, clipper ships and cruise liners. He painted all over the world for exhibitions and commissions. He completed many works for news and book illustrations.
How did Norman Wilkinson sign his works?
Signed work : “Norman Wilkinson” or “N.W.”
Did Norman Wilkinson work in other media?
He worked in Oil, watercolour, drypoint etching and posters.
Did Norman Wilkinson make prints?
He made etchings but also a number of signed limited edition prints were produced.
Where did Norman Wilkinson sell?
We sell sales and provenance from galleries and exhibitions including The Fine Art Society, Royal Exchange Gallery, Royal Watercolour Society, Royal Academy, Tryon Gallery, Christies, Sothebys and Bonhams auctioneers.
Royal Society of British Artists
Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours
Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Fine Art Society
Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
Walker Art Gallery
Liverpool, Abbey Gallery
Royal Society of Artists
Beaux Arts Gallery