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Dixon, Charles Edward, England 1872 to 1934 Oil Paintings
Charles Edward Dixon (December 8, 1872-September 12 1934) was a British oceanic painter of the late nineteenth and mid 20th centuries, whose work was exceptionally fruitful and consistently showed at the Royal Academy. A few of his paintings are held by the National Maritime Museum, and he was an ordinary contributing craftsman to magazines and periodicals. He inhabited Itchenor in Sussex and kicked the bucket in 1934.
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