LINGWOOD, Edward Thomas

1859 - 1924

Born at Barking, Suffolk in 1859, son of Henry Lingwood, miller & farmer, and his wife Elizabeth Anne née Roberts, who married at Martlesham, Suffolk in 1854. In 1861, a 2 year old living at The Mill House, Barking with his parents, 31 year old Henry, born Battisford, Suffolk and 30 year old Elizabeth, born Martlesham and two sibling sisters, Henry was the uncle of Bessie Ellen Lingwood [q.v.]. Educated at Woodbridge Grammar School and studied at the Royal Academy Schools in London where in 1881 a 22 year old ‘artist painting’ lodging at 9 Robert Street, Chelsea, the home of John Smith and his wife. A member of the Ipswich Fine Art Club 1878-1896 and exhibited from Barking in 1881 seven paintings including ‘The Plantation Gate’, in 1882 five paintings including 'A Summer's Morning', in 1883 six paintings including 'Evening at Iken Cliff', in 1884 he did not exhibit but in 1885 had seven pictures on show including 'A Monk's Chattels' and continued to exhibit. His oil 'On the Moor-Westleton Mill in the Background' was shown at the club centenary exhibition in 1974. He married at Maldon, Essex in 1889, Alice Mary Hunt [Lingwood q.v.] and in 1891 a 37 year old artist, boarding at Bellair Terrace, St Ives Cornwall, the home of the Uren family, with his 43 year old wife Alice, also described as an artist, born at Ipswich. In 1892, an artist at Arcade Studio, Arcade Street, Ipswich and he had a son, Edward St Hilary born at Ipswich in 1892, (killed in action on 3 May 1917) after which they moved to The Ferns, Dunwich, Suffolk where two further sons were born 1895-1898. In 1901, a landcape artist living at Barnes Arms Inn, Dunwich Village with his wife and three sons. He exhibited at the Liverpool Walker Art Gallery; Manchester City Art Gallery; Royal Academy; Royal Society of British Artists; Royal Hibernian Academy and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters 1884-1907 from Needham Market 1884, Dunwich 1894, Westleton 1906. He was illustrator for the Prehistoric Society of East Anglia and also a field worker and excavator. In 1911, he and his wife were living at Farm Cottage Orchard, East Grinstead, Sussex. He died back at Westleton on 25 May 1924, aged 65 and buried at Westleton, Suffolk and his wife died at Hastings, Sussex in 1941, aged 81, and was also buried at Westleton.




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