Born in London,and living and working from Maida Vale for most of his working career, Henry exhibited frequently at the RA and at Suffolk Street. Wormleighton mentions him as a non-resident visitor to the Lamorna Valley, but it is not known if he exhibited locally or not.
The artist submitted three paintings to the Whitechapel Exhibition, of Cornish-based artists (1902), from an address in St Ives.
Painter of landscapes
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Works include: Stormy day on the Cornish coast; A Wooded Valley (1924); Rising Tide at Mawgan Porth
GI; L; M; NEA; RA; RBA; ROI
Whitechapel (3) 1902
Member of the Society of 25 Artists
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall
Wormleighton (1995) A Painter Laureate
The Year's Art 1894-1917