McCormick was born in Coleraine and went to London on the same ship as Hugh Thomson, the prestigious Victorian artist from Coleraine.
Off to Trafalgar by Arthur David McCormick, late 19th century
© The artist's estate
- 86.3 x 75 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £1,836 ( Total: £2,313)
- Acquired in:
He founded the Chelsea Arts Club along with his more famous friend and flatmate artist Frank Brangwyn and was elected Honorary member of the Ulster Arts Club in 1903. His work is popular for his depictions of sailors. The artist is also responsible for the well known version of the sailors head on Players cigarettes packaging.
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Canada; private collection, Canada; Bonham's, 2007. The work has been vetted by the Art Loss Register and LSAD.
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