Bertram Walter Priestman
(1868 - 1951)
Bertram Walter Priestman was active/lived in New Brunswick / United Kingdom, England, Canada. Bertram Priestman is known for landscape, genre and still life painting, teaching.
Biography Bertram Walter Priestman
Bertram Priestman RA, ROI, RBA was born in Bradford, Yorkshire in 1868 and died in Crowborough, Sussex, England on March19, 1951. Priestman studied under Edwin Moore, Arnesby Brown and at the Slade School of Art. He was studio assistant to Sir William Llewellyn, PRA., and he had a house and garden studio in Walberswick 1914 - 1927, where he tutored pupils including Edward Seago.
He traveled extensively in Europe and the United States and exhibited regularly at The Royal Academy, Goupil Gallery, ROI, Walker Art Gallery and widely elsewhere. He was elected to the American Royal Academy as a painter on April 20th, 1916, elected to the Royal Academy on June 26, 1923, and elected a Senior Royal Academician on Jan 1, 1944.
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