William Kay Blacklock, ARCA 1872-1924
William Kay Blacklock was an English artist best known for his watercolour and oil paintings. He attended the Royal College of Art, and then the Edinburgh School of Art. Between 1897 and 1918, Blacklock exhibited seventeen works at the Royal Academy. Soon, he joined a colony of artists founded by Philip William Steer in Walberswick.
A lot of William K. Blacklock’s works depicted coastal and rural life – be it landscapes, people, or just daily life. He passed in 1922, but leaves behind an enduring legacy of serene artwork.
Some for sale William Kay Blacklock art includes Summer and The Harbour.