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Nearly all the occupants of St. Paul’s Studios, up until the First World War at least, are identifiably professional artists. Here some others that I came across living and working in the Studios:

  • William Logsdail (1859-1944) genre painter particularly of London scenes,
  • Edward Tennyson-Reed (1860-1933), Punch cartoonist from 1893,
  • Charles Sims R.A. (1873-1928) painter and illustrator and Keeper of the R.A. from 1920-1926, and
  • Otto Scholderer (1834-1902) a German born painter of still life and friend of Manet and Fantin-Latour.

And here samples of their work:

William Logsdail's St Martin-in-the Fields, Oil on canvas, 1888

William Logsdail's St Martin-in-the Fields

Edward Tennyson-Reed's In Vain You Argue or Protest

Edward Tennyson-Reed's In Vain You Argue or Protest

Clarles Sims' Night Piece to Julia

Charles Sims' Night Piece to Julia

Otto Scholderer's Violin Player at the Window

Otto Scholderer's Violin Player at the Window

And now please do vote for your favourite St. Paul’s Studios artist in our poll.

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