- Also known as
Archibald Standish Hartrick
primary name: Hartrick, Archibald Standish
- individual; printmaker; British; Male
- Life dates
- Painter, printmaker; born in India, the son of an Army captain; studied at Edinburgh University before the Slade School of Art, under Legros, the Academie Julian in Paris, under Boulanger, and the Atelier Cormon 1886-87 where he met Gauguin, Van Gogh and Toulouse-Lautrec; 1886, spent the summer with Gauguin at Pont-Aven, afterwards to Scotland; 1890, London where joined the staff of the Daily Graphic, then, 1893, Pall Mall Magazine.Member of New English Art Club,1893, International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers,1906, and Royal Watercolour Society, 1920, after ten years as an associate. 1896, married the watercolourist Lily Blatherwick and they settled in Gloucestershire.Wrote 'Lithography as a Fine Art' (1932), and an account of his life 'A Painters Pilgrimage through Fifty Years' (1939); taught at the Central School and Camberwell; memorial exhibition, Arts Council 1951, to which the BM lent.
Author of 'Lithography as a Fine Art', 1932