Artworks by Edward Atkinson Hornel 1864-1933

Artist Edward Atkinson Hornel was born in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, Australia. Shortly after, his parents left for Kirkcudbright in Scotland, where he remained for most of his life.

Hornel was associated with the Glasgow Boys and was strongly influenced by Japanese art, spending eighteen months in the country in 1894–5. He is noted for his flat tapestry-like paintings in jewelled colours, depicting girls in gardens and woodlands.

Edward Atkinson Hornel 1864-1933
Oil on Canvas
SOLD
Framed