The following information courtesy of Peter Kostoulakos, AOA, NEAA — Fine Art Consultant, www.pkart.com:Evelyn Montague Bicknell — an oil and watercolor painter known for his landscapes, marines, coastal scenes, and scenes of Bermuda from 1902/3 — was born in New York City on August 31, 1857 and died in 1936.
According to The Boston Art Club Exhibition Record, 1873-1909, his address from 1888 to 1892 was 2 West 14th Street New York City; 1894, 96 Fifth Avenue, NYC; 1896 and 1897, 35 West 14th Street, NYC; 1898 to 1902, 52 East 23rd Street, NYC; and in 1905, 55 West 33rd Street, NYC. Fielding has his address in 1926 at 18 West 27th Street, NYC. In the February 8, 1902 edition of The New York Times, “What Is Doing In Society,” Bicknell was reported as spending the winter in Bermuda.
Bicknell was a member of the New York Watercolor Club; the Salmagundi Club in NYC; and the American Watercolor Society in NYC. He exhibited with the National Academy of Design from 1885 to 1899; the Boston Art Club from 1888 to 1905; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts from 1888 to 1900; the National Arts Club in NYC; Salons of America; and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Who Was Who in American Art, 1999, page 309; Davenport's Art Reference, 2006/2007 Edition, page 223; Mantle Fielding, 1986, page 69; Mallett, page 36; Dealer's Choice Biographical Encyclopedia of American Painters... 2002 page 124 Boston Art Club Exhibition Record 1873-1909, page 73; the History of the Duyckinck Family, page 60; Smithsonian Institution Research Information System; The New York Times, February 8, 1902, page 9, “What Is Doing In Society.”