French Fishing Boats by Charles Bryant

French Fishing Boats by Charles Bryant (undated)

Charles Bryant (1883–1937) R.O.I. Vice-President, Royal Art Society known for his quality as a marine artist.

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Charles David Bryant (1883–1937) was born in Sydney. Studied at the London Art School, later with Julius Olsson, R.A., P.R.O.I. Exhibited at Royal Academy, Paris Salon International Anglo-American Exhibition, Royal West of England Academy, Walker Gallery, and the leading provincial galleries. In 1917 appointed Official Artist attached to A.I.F. Western Front. Commissioned in 1923, by the Australian Commonwealth Government to paint in the Mandated Territory, pictures in connection with the occupation of New Guinea by the Australian Forces. Represented in London and Australian War Museums and the National Galleries of Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. Painted by Commission of N.S.W. Government a picture of the American Fleet of 1925, now hanging in the Capital Building, Washington, U.S.A. Unmarried, he died on 22 January 1937 at Manly, Sydney.