Charles Dixon (1872-1934)

Biography

Charles Dixon was a marine painter in oils and watercolour. He mainly painted scenes of steam and sail on the Thames, south coast ports and yachting including Cowes Week. Other subjects include naval battles and Liners including the RMS Titanic.

He lived at Itchenor, near Chichester, Sussex.

Member of:

Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours

Exhibited at:

Royal Society Of Artists

Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts.

International Society

Manchester City Art Gallery

Royal Academy

Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours

Royal Institute of Oil Painters

Walker Gallery London

Related Artists: W.L.Wyllie, Norman Wilkinson & Rowland Langmaid.

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Charles Dixon (1872-1934) Original signed watercolour Hamble Southampton

Title: “Beating out of Hamble, Southampton 1908”
Medium: Original signed watercolour painting

RMS Olympic sister ship of the Titanic by Charles Dixon

Title: “RMS Olympic, sister ship to the Titanic”
Medium: Original signed watercolour painting

HMS Victory in Portsmouth Harbour by Charles Dixon

Title: “HMS Victory saluting in Portsmouth Harbour 1911”
Medium: Original signed watercolour painting

Off Blockhouse Fort Portsmouth Harbour by Charles Dixon

Title: “Off Blockhouse Fort, Entrance to Portsmouth Harbour “
Medium: Original signed watercolour painting

Tower Bridge on the Thames by Charles Dixon

Title: “Tower Bridge on the Thames, London”
Medium: Original signed watercolour painting

Yacht racing on the solent by the artist Charles Dixon RI

Title: “Yacht racing in the Solent C.1930”
Medium: Original signed watercolour painting

Gibraltar by the artist Charles Dixon RI

Title: “The night attack Gibraltar”
Medium: Original signed watercolour painting

Cutty Sark at Start Point by marine artist Charles Dixon

Title: “Cutty Sark up Channel, Start Point 1931”
Medium: Original signed watercolour painting