James Edward Bostock studied in Rochester and painted primarily with watercolors. He also worked as a wood engraver. After World War II, he was regarded as a modernist, who created semi-abstract sculptures and paintings. In 1956 he was severely injured in a traffic accident and it took two years until he was able to work again.
|1948 Summer||31||London||Art Competitions||Mixed Painting, Graphic Arts||Great Britain||GBR||AC|
|1948 Summer||31||London||Art Competitions||Great Britain||Final Standings||AC||Sport on the Common (Wood engraving)|