SAUL, Henry Albert

1869 - 1933

Henry Albert Saul

Henry Albert Saul was born at Islington, London in 1869, eldest child of David Henry Saul (1842-13 June 1916), a director gas fitter engineer, and his wife Florence Rebekah née Grossmith, who married at St Pancras, London in 1868. Articled to architect Herbert Searles-Wood (1853-1936) 1886-1889 and attended architectural classes at the Royal Academy Schools, the Architectural Association, and South Kensington School of Art, he later travelled to France, Italy and Germany. Elected an A.R.I.B.A. in 1892 and in 1896 set up an independent architect's practice at 10 Gray's Inn Square, London. He married at Sherborne, Dorset in 1900, Ellen Day (1872-1 December 1949) and in 1901, a 31-year-old architect, living at 8 Grays Inn Square with his 28-year-old wife and had a visitor, 27-year-old Alice M. Bishop, artist & teacher. In 1911, living at Laurel Cottage, High Street, Thames Ditton, Surrey and served as Deputy Architect to the Ministry of Health during the First World War. Henry exhibited at the Royal Academy from 10 Gray's Inn Square, London in 1910 'Rathen, Hindhead'. Henry Albert Saul died at Laurel Cottage, Kingston, Surrey on 18 April 1933. A painting 'The Proclamation', dated 1901, hangs in Southwold Town Hall attributed to Henry Charles Saul.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from 10 Gray's Inn Square, West Central London
1910 1467 'Rathen' Hindhead
1923 1169 New Offices, St Helen's Place, London

Works by This Artist