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Staithes group

The Staithes group or Staithes School was an art colony of 19th-century painters based in the North Yorkshire fishing village of Staithes.

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Inspired by French Impressionists such as Monet, Cézanne and Renoir, the group of about 25 artists worked together in plein air, in oil or watercolour.

The group contained renowned artists such as Laura Knight (who kept a studio in the village with her husband and fellow painter Harold Knight), Frederick W. Jackson, Edward E. Anderson, Joseph R. Bagshawe, Thomas Barrett and James W. Booth.

Member artists

  • Edward Enoch Anderson (1878–1961)
  • Joseph R. Bagshawe (1870–1909)
  • Thomas Barrett (1848–1924)
  • James W. Booth (1867–1953)
  • Owen Bowen (1873–1967)
  • John Bowman (1872–1915)
  • Lionel T. Crawshaw (1864–1949)
  • Ernest Dade (1868–1936)
  • Gilbert Foster (1855–1906)
  • Arthur Friedenson (1872–1955)
  • Leandro R. Garrido (1869–1909)
  • Henry S. Hopwood (1860–1914)
  • John W. Howey (1873–1938)
  • John S. Ingall (1850–1936)
  • Frederick W. Jackson (1859–1918)
  • Isabella (Isa) Jobling (1851–1926)
  • Robert Jobling (1841–1923)
  • Dame Laura Knight (1877–1970)
  • Harold Knight (1874–1961)
  • Charles H. Mackie (1862–1920)
  • Frank Henry Mason (1875–1965)
  • Frederick W. Mayor (1865–1916)
  • Frederick S. Richardson (1855–1934)
  • Ernest H. Rigg (1868–1947)
  • Mark Senior (1862–1927)
  • Albert G. Stevens (1863–1925)
  • Percy M. Teasdale (1870–1961)
  • Joseph A. Terry (1872–1939)
  • Hirst Walker (1868–1957)
  • James Watson (1851–1936)
  • Exhibitions

  • Pannett Park Museum and Art Gallery, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO21 1RE
  • References

    Staithes group Wikipedia


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