Charles Taylor Jnr. (Flourished 1841-83) - Hastings
Marine watercolourist and lithographer. Lived in London and Hastings. Son of Charles Taylor (fl.1836-71), also a painter of marines and historical subjects. Like his father, he painted herring luggers at Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, where he concentrated on the area of Goreleston Pier. His work, however, is much too sophisticated to be associated with pier artists. His style is not unlike that of Thomas Goldsworthy Dutton (fl.1858-79) with whom he sometimes collaborated.
Exhibited: RA, RI, RBA, RHA & etc.
Examples: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.