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Display artist/maker:

Eli Marsden Wilson

Born: 1877, UK, England, Yorkshire, Ossett   Died: 1965, London, Acton

Printmaker. Son of a foreman in the textile industry. Wilson initially studied at Wakefield School of Art before attending thr Royal College of Art where he was greatly influenced by Sir Frank Short (1857-1945). He soon began to produce etchings and mezzotints of towns and lowland landscapes which he exhibited at the Royal Academy. A dedicated quaker, vegetarian and pacifist he became an absolutist conscientious objector during the First World War and was imprisoned 1917-19 for his lack of co-operation in the war effort. After the crash in the market for etchings at the end of the 1920s he turned to easel painting but also received a large commission for murals of prehistoric scenes at the Natural History Museum. He was married to the etcher Hilda Mary Pemberton (1871-1957) and for a while they lived an idyllic rural life at Blewbury, Berkshire. After her death he became close to an ex-pupil Mary Cockburn. He was an Associate of the Royal Engravers

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

Pastoral PR2124 Prints

The Silver Stream PR2123 Prints

When night and clouds foregather PR2125 Prints