Claude BAX

Claude Waldo Gordon BAX

Born in Streatham, London Bax married a Cornish girl (Nina Harry) in 1908 and brought up a family of eight. Of indifferent health as an asthma sufferer, Claude came to Newlyn after his childhood in Hampstead, and was a contemporary of the Procters (Ernest PROCTER and Doris Shaw PROCTER) at the FORBES SCHOOL of Painting. He spent two further years training in art in Switzerland, and later established a farm near Mullion, where he remained until he died. Painting latterly became of secondary importance.


Painter of landscape, still-life and portraits

works and access

Access to work: photos on file at WCAA


Green (2002) Posing the Model (Illus)

Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p144)

I Green [in] Hardie 2009 Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall p78

Special correspondent: Gloria Bax (daughter)