George Edward Lodge, (1860-1954) 

From his youth Lodge was a keen naturalist and falconer, becoming friends with J.G. Millais and A. Thorburn. He studied and worked in London before moving to live at Camberley. Although primarily a painter and illustrator of birds, more rarely he used animals as his subjects. He illustrated Bannerman's  " Birds of the British Isles". He also wrote and illustrated 'Memoirs of an Artist Naturalist'. He exhibited 7 works at the R.A.

On the ice

On the ice

George Edward Lodge Oil on canvas, signed 22''x 34'' £6800

Stags on High Ground

Stags on High Ground

George Edward Lodge Oil on canvas, signed 12''x 20'' £3600

Landscape -  SportingMilitaryContemporary Art

British 19th and early 20th century paintings and antiques for sale

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