HAROLD SUTTON PALMER
Harold Sutton Palmer was born in Plymouth in 1854. He trained for two years at the South Kensington Schools, where he won a gold medal.
Sutton Palmer is celebrated for his masterful watercolours, which are of universal appeal. His passion and ability for drawing were evident from an early age, and his career path was clear. Originally, upon leaving training Sutton Palmer devoted his skills almost entirely to painting still life studies, but he then progressed to painting landscapes in watercolour, a genre and medium to which he remained faithful for the rest of his career.