Born on 27 August 1837 at Bristol, where he also died on 7 March, 1929 at the age of 91 (GRO).
He studied art under J D Harding and Collingwood Smith. In 1899 he exhibited a Newlyn title at the Royal Watercolour Society, where he exhibited with regularity (237 paintings), and Mount's Bay Fishing Boats at Manchester in 1900. He also exhibited at the RA.
Hale lived in London and at Stoke Bishop near Bristol, but travelled widely in Europe.
Painter of landscapes and marine subjects in watercolour
works and access
Works include: Evening in New Harbour (1899); Mount's Bay Fishing Boats (1900); Le Pont de pierre; L' Eté and Le Lac de Cóme
RWS (1) 1889;
Manchester (1) 1900
Benezit (Inc birth date)
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists
Mallett's Index (Inc death place)
Modernist Journals Project
The Year's Art