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The Row
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Glasgow Museums

The Row c.1939

Edmund Blampied (1886–1966)

Glasgow Museums
Landscape and figure painter in oil, watercolour and wash; etcher and lithographer. Born in Jersey, he studied art under Philip Connard and at the London County Council Bolt Court Art School, 1905–13. Exhibited at RA, Fine Art Society, RBA, RE, RSW, RHA, Paris Salon and at other venues. Won a gold medal for lithography at the Paris International Exhibition in 1925. Blampied was a noted etcher, with a fine, swirling line. He designed Jersey occupation stamps and a Jersey liberation stamp in connection with World War II. His work is in a number of British and foreign collections. Lived at Beaumont, Jersey.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)

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