Arthur Wilde PARSONS

Arthur Wilde PARSONS RWS
1854
1931

A native of Bristol and son of Dr John Parsons, GP, he visited Cornwall on working holidays to see his brother, Vicar of Crantock near Newquay. In 1908 the artist became a founder-member of the Bristol Savages.

media

Painter in oils and watercolour of seascapes and marine subjects

works and access

Works include: Crantock Cornwall, Rocky beach (1903); Rocky ForeshoreThree Masted Sailing Vessels before the harbour and town of Penzance; Back of the Post Office, Crantock (1920); The Old Fish Cellars, Newquay (1920)

memberships

RWS

references

Brooke-Hart

Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn & West Cornwall p339

 W H Lane Fine Art; 

 Wood Victorian Painters;