Alice Hogarth NICHOLSON

Miss Alice Hogarth NICHOLSON
c exh 1910-13

 Born in Manchester, trained at Manchester School of Art and Colarossi's Atelier, Paris; Medallist at Kensington.

This is presumed to be the artist who exhibited two paintings, A Summer Holiday and The Lacemaker, at the St Ives Show Day of 1911, exhibiting again in 1913. She partnered Emily ALNUTT in the Rose Lodge Studio for the latter exhibition (1913) and in 1915 moved with Allnutt to live and work in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. Buckman notes her final home at Hindhead, Surrey.

She is probably the Miss Nicholson (St Ives) who displayed and sold Moonlight Pastel at Newlyn in 1910 (See Hardie p59: Defining Exhibitions), one of only three sales that were made in that exhibition.


Oil and pastel figure artist

works and access

Works include:  A Summer Holiday; The Lacemaker, A Volendam fisherman (portrait 1913); School-girls; Toilet (1914); Mending the Sardine Net (1914); Idleness

Access to Work: Municipal Art Gallery, West Hartlepool


NAG 1910; St Ives Show Days 1911, 1913; Lanham's 1913; Piazza Studio show 1913; D; GI (7); L (12); M; ROI; SWA (42); RA(7) 1914




St Ives Times Mar 25 1911, 28 Mar 1913, 28 Nov 1913, 27 Mar 1914, 8 May 1914

Buckman Artists in Britain since 1945

Hardie (2009) Artists/ Newlyn & West Cornwall;

Johnson & Greutzner

Tovey (2009) St Ives/Social History pp188-9

Whybrow St Ives;