George Wright (1860 - 1942)

George Wright (1860-1942) was a British painter of coaching and hunting scenes. He was the elder brother of Gilbert Scott Wright. Mainly a self taught artist, although it is thought he worked with his younger brother until 1925. During that time their combined work was frequently reproduced on calendars.

George Wright lived for some time in Rugby and Oxford before moving to Richmond in Surrey in 1929 and later he chose to retire to Seaford in Sussex, where he remained until his death in 1942.

George Wright Paintings

A Coach And Four On The Open Road A Fresh Team Homewards The Lost Scent The Royal Mail Crossing A Bridge Waiting for Master