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Edward Louis Lawrenson

Full name: Edward Louis Lawrenson
Gender: Male
Born: March 14, 1868 in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Died: December 23, 1940 in Brighton, Brighton and Hove, Great Britain
Country: IRL Ireland
Sport: Art Competitions


Dublin-born landscape painter and etcher Edward Louis Lawrenson was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, which he attended from the age of 13. He first soldiered with the Connaught Rangers per his family tradition, leaving the Army in 1900 to study art in Paris under Alfons Mucha and the Netherlands under George Hitchcock. In 1903, Lawrenson settled in London opening his own studio and in 1915 in Hadley Down, Sussex. In 1914 he went to France painting in Normandy and Brittany. Lawrenson designed one of the first commemorative postage stamps for the Irish Free State to mark the opening of the Shannon Barrage in 1930. Particularly, his Mezzotint works became quite popular in his later years. He was married to paintress Charlotte Mary Rose Lawrenson, né Thompson.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1928 Summer 60 Amsterdam Art Competitions Mixed Painting, Drawings And Water Colors Ireland IRL AC

Mixed Painting, Drawings And Water Colors

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1928 Summer 60 Amsterdam Art Competitions Ireland Final Standings AC Le plongeon
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