Charles Ginner...
Works in stock Charles Ginner, ARA, RWS, LG, NEAC (1878-1952) was a painter in oil and watercolour mainly of architectural subjects and landscapes, and a wood engraver, and an important member of The Camden Town Group.  He was born Isaac Charles Ginner in Cannes, France, the son of an English doctor.  Educated in Cannes, he went in 1899 to Paris to study architecture, which he soon abandoned in favour of painting.  Ginner studied from 1904-08 at the Academie Vitti.  Went to Buenos Aires in 1909, settling the following year in London.  Ginner formed close friendships with the artists Spencer Gore and Harold Gilman and was a founder member of the Camden Town Group 1911 and of the London Group 1913.  Ginner was elected a member of the New English Art Club 1920, an associate of the Royal Watercolour Society 1938, an associate of the Royal Academy 1942, and RWS 1945.  His work is represented in many public collections, including the Tate Gallery, Imperial War Museum, Manchester Art Gallery and the Hepworth, Wakefield.  He lived in Hampstead High Street in north-west London for many years.