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  • > Edward Arthur Walton RSA PRSW
1860 - 1922
Walton was perhaps the most consistent of all the 'Glasgow Boys.' Although much in demand as a portrait painter, he was a landscape artist by inclination. Latterly Galloway became his favourite painting ground, due in part to the travel restrictions occasioned by the First World War. He was issued with a Defence of the Realm Permit Book in July 1917, enabling him to paint within a radius of five miles of New Abbey and Carsethorn until the end of October that year. A similar permit was issued by the War Ministry the following year, allowing him to work within five miles of New Abbey and Douglas Hall.
edward-arthur-walton-the-sh.jpgaimee-de-burgh-for-web.jpgPastoral 1891Bucolic LandscapeEdward Arthur Walton
Gatehouse of FleetE A Walton
The coal cart, ChelseaE A Walton
Figures on a bridge, SuffolkE A Walton
The Mill on the GriffeE A Walton
The Young Fisherman
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