Arthur Charles Fare
1876—1958, born in Bath, was a watercolourist specialising
in landscapes, village and harbour scenes and architectural
subjects. As a profession he was an accomplished architect
and many of his views depict scenes in the Bristol and Bath
area, including a record of parts of the city destroyed by
bombing. He was a Member and regular exhibitor at the Royal
West of England Academy showing 106 works between 1922 and
1956. He was also a member of the 'Bristol Savages', becoming
their President in 1927.
were a group of artists who met regularly and painted together
in their headquarters which was decorated as an American Indian
wigwam and situated on Brandon Hill, Bristol, 1907-1920. It
is known that he visited France and painted in the Dinard
Area around 1925, and he also visited Italy and Spain. Bristol
City Art Gallery hold a number of his works.