01 Marine Painting — Charles Edward Dixon’s The lady, She’s a Liner, with Footnotes, #356
Charles Edward Dixon (8 December 1872–12 September 1934) was a British maritime painter of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, whose work was highly successful and regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy. Several of his paintings are held by the National Maritime Museum and he was a regular contributing artist to magazines and periodicals. He lived at Itchenor in Sussex and died in 1934. More on Charles Edward Dixon
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