Lawrence Atkinson (1873–1931) was an English artist, musician and poet.
Atkinson was born at Chorlton upon Medlock, near Manchester, on 17 January 1873. He began by moving to Paris and studying musical composition, but moved back to London and began to paint, apparently painting mainly landscapes in a style influenced by Matisse and the Fauves (almost all of these works are lost).
Atkinson died in Paris on 21 September 1931.
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