Edward William Trick (1902-1991)
Painter in watercolour of landscapes and buildings who was born in Exeter. He was deaf and dumb, studied art under John Shapland the former headmaster of the Exeter School of Art. His subjects included cathedrals and old churches but most of his work was landscapes including Dartmoor and Exmoor views. He knew several of the West Country artists including William Henry Sweet and Wycliffe Eggington. He exhibited at the local Exeter Art Society exhibitions.
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