In an article written by Norman GARSTIN for the 1912 December issue of The Studio, Jackson is one of only five fellow-artists mentioned in The Art of Harold and Laura Knight, when recalling their decade based at Staithes on the Yorkshire coast. Also mentioned is Henry Silkstone HOPWOOD, who had also been in the St Ives colony that same year.
works and access
St Ives Harbour, Cornwall - Early Morning, with mist (Inscribed verso and dated 1912)
Gallery Oldham (several works);
1897 Royal Academy exhibit, The Last Load, can be seen at Pannett Art Gallery, Whitby
misc further info
Information contributed by George Bednar (2014)
58 oils by Fred Jackson on BBC - Your Paintings/Public Catalogue Foundation.