JAMES HUMBERT CRAIG RHA RU
b. Belfast, Co. Antrim 1878 d. Cushendun, Co. Antri 1944
Works   |   Exhibitions featuring James Humbert Craig RHA RU
Virtually self-taught as an artist, Humbert Craig earned popular renown for his impressionistic scenes of  counties Donegal and Antrim, and the landscape of Connemara, as well as producing figure works in oil and watercolour.

His works first appeared at the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) in 1915, and he was a constant contributor there up until his death, showing 130 works in all. In 1925 he became an associate of the RHA and in 1928 a full member. He was also an Academician of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts. 

Overseas, he exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) in 1928 and at the Royal Academy (RA) in 1935 and 1937. His work has been widely reproduced in the form of lithographic posters and calendars.
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