Massachusetts-born (Newton nr Boston) artist, aspects of his earlier life and education as well as his later life and movements, are covered in biographical material gathered for the publication of the life and journal of his friend, John Pius Boland, an Irishman and tennis player who he first met in Germany in the early days of the modern Olympic games.
Moving with his family to St Ives, he married Theresa Freeman, niece of artists Mary Winifrede FREEMAN and Charles Napier HEMY. His address for submissions was Seaforth, St Ives.
His painting Old Studio is mentioned in the St Ives Times report of the March Show Day of 1911, indicating that he had left before that date. Wood mentions a painting The Rain Squall that Pazolt had showed at the RA from St Ives in 1901. Whybrow mentions the artist in passing related to the St Ives Arts Club (1903). Pazolt took British nationality in 1934.
Painter of landscape, figure and marine subjects
works and access
Works include: The Rain Squall (1901); Old Studio (1911); Fair Breeze, Down Channel (1920); 'Mayflower' and 'Speedwich' returning to Plymouth (1920); The 'Mayflower' in Plymouth Harbour, America (1920)
St Ives March 1909; Harris & Sons Galleries, Plymouth June 1920 (3); L (3); LS (2); RA (4); ROI (1)
St Ives Arts Club (1903)
Cornish Telegraph 25 Mar 1909
Gillmeister, Heiner (2008) From Bonn to Athens single and Return- The Diary of John Pius Boland, Olympic Champion, Athens 1896
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn & West Cornwall p340
St Ives Times 25 Mar 1911, 18 Jun 1920
Johnson & Greutzner;
C Wood Victorian Painters;