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JOHN HODGSON LOBLEY

Biography

Lobley was born on 28th November 1878 in Huddersfield. He studied at the Royal College of Art, Slade School & the Royal Academy Schools. He won the Turner Gold Medal and a scolarship for landscape painting in 1903 and 2 Silver medals subsequently. Lobley painted figures, portraits and landscapes and was very active in London living at 13 Musgrave Crescent, Walham Green. He did many charming views of London showing the many parks and squares.
He was the official war artist during World War One. Like many of the artists who witnessed the War first hand, he was deeply affected by what he had seen. His paintings of the War do not glorify it at all. He died in 1948.

Exhibitions
19 paintings at the Goupil Gallery; London Salon 9, Royal Academy 15, Royal Society ofBritish Artists 52, Ridley Art Club 4 and others.
His Works are also in The Imperial War Museum London

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