(1878 - 1952)
Charles Isaac Ginner was active/lived in France, England. Charles Ginner is known for landscape, buildings, and still life painting.
Biography Charles Ginner
Charles Isaac Ginner (1878-1952) was a painter of landscape and urban subjects. Born in the south of France at Cannes, of British parents, in 1910 he settled in London, where he was an associate of Spencer Gore and Harold Gilman and a key member of the Camden Town Group*.
Charles Isaac Ginner was born on 4 March 1878 in Cannes, the second son of Isaac Benjamin Ginner, a British doctor. He had a younger sister, Ruby (b. 1886; who became the dance teacher Ruby Ginner Dyer).
At Cannes Ginner attended the College Stanislas.
At an early age he formed the intention of becoming a painter, but his parents disapproved. When he was sixteen he suffered from typhoid and double pneumonia and traveled in a tramp steamer around
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