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. 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 died at Saffron Walden in 1966, aged 78.

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