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Arthur Wilde Parsons

Biography of Artist


Exhibited 1882 – 1922

He was a landscape and marine painter in oils and watercolours who lived and worked in Bristol all his life, and mainly exhibited his work at the Royal West of England Academy.

Parsons contributed greatly to his local artistic community and in 1908 he became the president and part founder member of a local art society called the “Bristol Savages”.

Exhibited at:- Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham x 11

Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts x 4

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool x 6

Manchester City Art gallery x 1

Royal Academy x 23

Royal Society of British Artists x 13

Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours x 12