Artist - Terrick John Williams
Terrick John Williams, born 1860 in Liverpool, died 1936. Designed posters for the Underground Group 1929
- Educated; Antwerp, Belgium; 1885-1886
- Educated; Academie Julian, Paris; 1887-1889
Terrick John Williams was an English Impressionist painter. He was renowned for his depiction of bright, colourful harbour and coastal scenes. Fascinated by the luminous interplay of light and water, he travelled widely in Europe to paint. Favourite locations included Venice, Brittany and St Ives, where he became an early member of the St Ives Art Club. Williams exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1888. He taught drawing at the Military Academy in Woolwich from 1892 to 1902 and became President of the Royal Watercolour Society in 1933.