HAYNES, James Dudley

1894 - 1947

James Dudley Haynes was born at West Drayton, Middlesex on 13 June 1894, son of James Haynes, a house agent & land surveyor, and his wife Susan née Love, who married at West Drayton in 1886. As a baby he had suffered a severe spinal injuries. In 1911, a 16 year old student living at 'Penlee', Warwick Road, West Drayton with his parents, 50 year old George and 54 year old Susan, and three siblings, William George 22, Margaret Ann 18 and Dora 15. He studied painting under Francis Jackson (1872-1945) and etching under Malcolm Osborne (1880-1963) and painted around West Drayton during the 1920s and 30s but in 1936 moved to Framlingham, Suffolk, teaching art at Framlingham College. A member of the Ipswich Art Club 1939-1946 but exhibited from The Old Post Office, Cross Corner, Woodbridge, Suffolk in 1937 'Crome's Mill on Mousehold Heath' and 'Birling Gap' and in 1939 an artist living at Low Farm, Hoxne, Suffolk. He continued exhibiting at Ipswich Art Club and exhibited from 21 Double Street, Framlingham in 1941 six works, 'Parham Moat Hall', 'Wingfield Castle', 'The Abbey, Hoxne', 'The Yard' and two entitles 'Framlingham Castle', in 1942 'Framlingham Castle from the Mere', 'Moat Farm, Badingham' and 'The Moat, Wingfield Castle', in 1943 'Winter Sunset', 'Framlingham Castle from North', 'Framlingham Castle from the Meres' and 'Broadwater', in 1944 'Ann', 'Framlingham Castle from the Footpath', 'Goodrich Castle' and 'C Gibson Morgan, Esq.', and three works in 1945 'Penny', 'Tower Bridge' and 'Framlingham Castle'. He also exhibited at Birmingham Royal Society of Arts and at the Royal Academy from West Drayton 1925-1934. Just before his death he painted six portraits of his family and he died at Framlingham in 1947, aged 52, he was unmarried.




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