Liddell travelled extensively in Britain, coming to St Ives in 1914 where he was signed-into the Arts Club by Frances Tysoe SMITH. The St Ives Times commented that he had been in the town 'during the past few weeks' working on two canvases, one of the Cotswolds, the other of Bantry Bay. He also displayed a watercolour of a Chinese scene at the studio where he was working.
Benezit lists him as a painter from Worcester (born in Edinburgh) with dates as above. In 1907 the artist exhibited The Valley of Evesham at the Paris Salon. As yet no Cornish subjects known.
Fine Art Society 1909
St Ives Times 13 Mar 1914
Brooke-Hart ( Marine Painting lists)
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p334)
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists (Exhibition record)
Tovey, David (2021) Polperro - Cornwall's Forgotten Art Centre - Volume One - Pre-1920, Wilson Books
Whybrow (1994) St Ives
The Year's Art;
Wood Victorian Painters