Malcolm Osborne (1 August 1880 – 22 September 1963) was a British artist known for his prints of landscapes, urban views and portraits.
Chronology [ edit ]
1 August 1880 born at Frome, Somerset, the fourth son of Alfred Arthur Osborne (1847-1910), Schoolmaster,-and his wife Sarah Elizabeth née Biggs,(1843-1907). He grew up in Frome and moved to Streatham, London with his elder brother Harold in the early 1900s.
educated at the
Merchant Venturers' Technical College, Bristol, 1901-1906 studied etching and engraving under Sir
Frank Short at Royal College of Art, South Kensington 1904 published his first etching
World War I served in
Artists' Rifles and 60th Division in France, Salonika and Palestine 11 June 1918 elected Associate Engraver of
Royal Academy 1924 succeeded Short as the Head of the etching and engraving school when Short retired.
13 Apr 1926 elected full member of the
Royal Academy 1927 Kensington, London married Amy Margaret Stableford (1884-1964).
1938-1962 held the position of President Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers (now the
Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers) 1948 awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
1 Jan 1956 elected Senior member of the
Royal Academy 22 September 1963 died Kensington, London, England
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Memberships/Awards [ edit ]
Students [ edit ]
Edward Bouverie Hoyton was born at Lewisham in south London in 1900. He studied etching under Malcolm Osborne and Stanley Anderson at Goldsmiths’ College, New Cross, south London.
James Henry Govier
External links [ edit ]
www.artistarchive.com Catalogue listing of over 100 prints by Osborne including the Salaman listing, with a description of most and some images..