SAMUEL PHILLIPS JACKSON PAINTINGS FOR SALE & BIOGRAPHY
SAMUEL PHILLIPS JACKSON
Samuel Phillips Jackson was born in the city of Bristol in September 1830, the son of the equally eminent watercolourist Samuel Jackson. He was a landscape and marine painter and exhibited at both the British Institute and the Royal Academy winning the approval of John Ruskin. Jackson was elected an associate of the Royal Watercolour Society in 1853, and after this confined himself mainly to watercolour, contributing annually to their exhibitions. He was elected a full member in 1876. Works by Jackson are in the collections of the City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol
The Huntington Library, San Marino, CA
Jersey Heritage Trust, Jersey
Tate Gallery, London
Victoria and Albert Museum, London