SNOW, Arthur

1886 - 1966

Arthur Snow, was born at Willesdon, Middlesex on 13 December 1886, son of William Ralph Snow, a lace merchant, and his wife Jessie Ellen née Ralph, who married at Greenwich in 1882. in 1891, a 4 year old, living at Cedar Villas, Mill Lane, Hampstead, London with his parents, 32 year old William and 32 year old Jessie, with siblings Ralph George 7, John Claude 5 and Jessie Edith 2, all born at Willesden/Hampstead. Arthur married at Hendon, Middlesex in 1910, Grace Ethel Barton and in 1911, a 24 year old lace merchant, living at Oakdene, Purley Oaks Road, Sanderstead, Surrey with his wife Grace Snow [q.v.]. Between the two world wars Arthur owned The Craft Room, near the river at Walberswick, Suffolk where he displayed handloom weaving, also running a private art school for ladies. A landscape painter in oil and watercolour and a member of Ipswich Art Club 1934-1936 and exhibited from Walberswick in 1934, two works 'Willows' and 'A Sunny Farmstead' and in 1936, three works 'Walberswick', 'Duck Street, Wendon' and 'Old Norwich'. In 1939, a hand loom weaver and teacher, living at Trout Hall, Saffron Walden, Essex with his artist wife. He was of Trout Hall, Wendens Ambo, Saffron Walden, when died at the General Hospital, Saffron Walden on 16 October 1966, aged 78.

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