Edgar I Nicholson

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Born in 1920, Edgar Irving Nicholson is a listed South African painter, known for his street scenes, landscapes, and figural works.

After service in World War II, he won a scholarship to the Beckenham School of Art where he studied with Thomas Freeth and was influenced by the French School of painting. He later studied at the Royal College of London in England, the first South African to win admission in an open competition.

He exhibited at the RBA Gallery, the London Group, the New English Art Club, and the Paris Salon. He returned to South Africa in 1951, and over the course of the next twenty-five years had more than 27 one-man exhibitions in various cities in his homeland.

 

Title

London Street Vendor

Artist

Edgar Irving Nicholson, South African ~ 1920 - Unknown

Circa

1950's

Signed

Lower Right

Provenance

Remnant of an old Exhibition label Verso

Medium

Oil On Canvas

Price

$1500.00

Size

24" by 14.5"

Style

Impressionist Landscape

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