Alexander JAMIESON, (1873-1937) Modern British
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Alexander JAMIESON, (1873-1937)

Tulips by the Window


Oil on Board
30 x 25in (76.2x63.5cm)
Collection: Professor George, Oxford

About the Artist

Alexander JAMIESON (1873-1937)

Painter of landscapes and town scenes and also some portraits. Born in Glasgow on 23rd September 1873.

Studied art at the Haldane Academy, Glasgow, winning a scholarship to Paris in 1898. Elected a member of the International Society of Sculptors,Painters and Gravers, 1904 and Royal Institute of Oil Painters, 1927.

First one-man show held in 1912 at the Carfax Gallery. Visited Spain in 1911 and served in France during the 1914-18 war. Represented in several public collections. Lived for some years at Weston-Turville, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, and died in London on 2nd May 1937.

Courtesy of Dictionary of British Artists Working 1900-1950 by Grant M. Waters, published by Eastbourne Fine Art,1975.


Modern British

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