All James Walter Robert Linton 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
33207 A winter's day on the swan  A winter's day on the swan   mk82 1920 oil on canvas 61.5x91.8cm
33204 Untitled  Untitled   mk82 c.1920 Watercolour 27.2x39
33205 Untitled(Pink cloud study)  Untitled(Pink cloud study)   mk82 c.1920 watercolour 8.9x13.8
33206 Untitled(Stormy clouds with earth and water)  Untitled(Stormy clouds with earth and water)   mk82 c.1920 Watercolour 16.5x25.4

James Walter Robert Linton
water-colourist ,English. 1869-1947 Australian silversmith, jeweller, woodworker and painter of English birth. His father was the watercolourist Sir James Dromgole Linton (1840-1916). Having trained as a painter and architect in London, he travelled to Western Australia in 1896 and began practising metalwork after settling in Perth; he was appointed head of the art department of Perth Technical School in 1902. Following a trip to London in 1907, when he attended classes at the Sir John Cass Technical Institute under Harold Stabler, he concentrated on producing metalwork. Working in partnership with Arthur Cross, William Andrews and his own son Jamie Linton (1904-80), he produced ecclesiastical and domestic wares, presentation pieces and jewellery. His designs were influenced by British Arts and Crafts metalwork and were bold and simple, with decoration generally confined to hammered surfaces, twisted wire, hardstones and enamels.

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