(1882 - 1975)
James Ranalph Jackson was active/lived in Australia. James Jackson is known for painting.
Widely regarded for his sparkling views of Sydney Harbour, James Jackson
was principally a classically trained figurative painter who, during
the first decades of the 20th century, commanded far higher prices for
his paintings of nudes and elegantly dressed women than his harbour
scenes. Indeed, the first works by Jackson acquired from his Sydney
exhibitions during the Federation years were all depictions of elegant
Edwardian women, such as Maidenhead, 1910, Oleanders, 1914, The Dreamer, 1916, and The Holiday,
1916. By the 1920s a shift occurred in his figurative compositions and
he predominantly painted nudes in Arcadian-like landscapes albeit with a
distinguishable Australian sensibility. Pa ... Displaying 750 of 2684 characters.