The address for the Rev Jackson was the St Ruan Rectory near Helston, Cornwall in 1880, though by 1884 this had moved to Stanmore, Middlesex.
It appears as if Frederick Jackson had been in Cornwall for some years before that, as he exhibited six watercolours at Smith Street (SS) in the five years between 1868 and 1873. Wood comments that he also exhibited two marine paintings at the RA between 1878 and 1884. He is also known to have exhibited at the Dudley Gallery on at least one occasion. Further information about him remains still to be gathered.
Painter of marine and coastal subjects
works and access
Works include: The 'Irish Lady' - off Land's End, Cornwall (ship name); North Coast of Cornwall, near Newquay
Smith Street, London (6) 1868-1873
RA (2) 1878-1884
Dudley Gallery (on at least one occasion)
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists
Wood (1995) Victorian Painters