Born 25 May 1858 at Wolverhampton, the artist exhibited two paintings at Birmingham in a RBSA exhibition that indicates his having visited in Cornwall, possibly in 1895 (Bednar). These were Church Lane, Newlyn (1896) and The Lizard Point from Kynance (1897). He worked as a sub-postmaster in Birmingham, and subsequently died there on 19 May, 1911, age 53 (GRO).
works and access
Works include: Church Lane, Newlyn (1896); The Lizard Point from Kynance (1897); Newquay (1890), monogrammed signature on w/c.