(1883 - 1974)
Bertram Nicholls was active/lived in United Kingdom. Bertram Nicholls is known for painting.
Biography Bertram Nicholls
Bertram Nicholls (1883 – 1974) was a prodigious producer of landscape
paintings, with a focus on important archaic buildings, architectural
ruins and stone bridges. He was extremely successful in the early 20th
century and highly regarded by his peers who included Walter Ricketts,
Frank Brangwyn and Russell Flint. He became president of the Royal
Society of Artists in 1931. Nicholls exhibited at the Royal Academy
in 1912 and from 1923-34 he was elected president of the Manchester
Academy of Fine Arts. His first solo exhibition (a sell-out) was held at
Barbizon House in 1924. His work is represented in the Royal Academy,
the Tate and the Victoria and Albert Museum, and is also held in
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