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High Tide, Tenby.

High Tide, Tenby.

A framed aquatint by the English painter and printmaker James Priddey FRSA showing a group of small boats and fishing craft huddled beside the sea wall of Tenby harbour on the Pembrokeshire coast.


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Dimensions: 1cm (0½") High, 1cm (0½") Wide
Stock code: AD1626

“James Priddey was born at Handsworth, Birmingham in 1916. He studied at Moseley School of Arts and Crafts, and at Birmingham College of Art between 1931-35. Priddey exhibited widely including at the Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Cambrian Academy, Royal West of England Academy, Society of Graphic Art, in the provinces and at the Paris Salon where he received a silver medal in 1949. He was elected as president to the Birmingham Watercolour Society in 1959 and a member to the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists in 1960, becoming the Society’s Hon. Secretary in 1966. Priddey lived and worked in Harborne, Birmingham with his wife Peggy. Between 1974-1978 Priddey was elected as the president of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.”

  • Dictionary of British Artists Working 1900-1950