Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA
(1870 - 1935)
Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin, R.B.A. was active/lived in England. Cecil Aldin RBA is known for book illustration, race horse and dog portrait and genre drawing and painting.
Self portrait on a chestnut hunter
Biography Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin, R.B.A.
Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (28 April 1870 - 6 January 1935) was a British artist and illustrator best known for his paintings and sketches of animals, sports, and rural life.
Born in Slough, he was educated at Eastbourne College and Solihull Grammar School. He studied anatomy at South Kensington and animal painting under William Frank Calderon. He lived at The Abbots, Sulhamstead Abbots from 1913 to 1914 and was church warden of St Mary's church.
Early influences included Randolph Caldecott and John Leech. His drawings first made their way into print in The Building News of 12 September 1890, and began to appear throughout many popular journals and magazines; his work was published in The Graph
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