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Gerald Goddard Jackson

(1878 -  1941 )
JACKSON Gerald Goddard Girl Holding Moon

Christie's /Jul 17, 2012
1,188.68 - 1,584.91
2,442.90

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Gerald Goddard Jackson - Portrait Of A First World War Officer

Gerald Goddard Jackson - Portrait Of A First World War Officer

Original 1917
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Lot number: 85
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Gerald Goddard Jackson (1878-1941)

Portrait of a First World War officer

signed and dated 'G. G Jackson. 1917' (lower right) and inscribed 'Schwarmstedt' (lower left)

oil on canvas

22 x 16.5cm (8 11/16 x 6 1/2in).

Footnotes

Gerald Goddard Jackson was born in Duddington, Northamptonshire on 5 March 1878 and was the youngest son of William Goddard Jackson by his wife Selina Barbara Maria (née Johnson). He was educated at Peterborough King's School before attending University College London. He enrolled at the Slade School of Art in 1893 where he studied alongside fellow students Percy Wyndham Lewis, William Orpen, Mark Gertler, Paul Nash and C. R. W. Nevinson many of whom would leave an important and lasting artist record of the First World War. Having received three certificates in drawing and painting, he left the Slade in 1899 in order to travel to Canada, USA and Mexico and spent three years in Italy.

In 1911, he joined the Buckinghamshire Battalion of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Upon the outbreak of the First World War, his battalion was sent to France as part of the 145

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Brigade in the 48

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Division. He was captured on 21 July 1916 and was held at various German prisoner of war camps, largely at Schwarmstedt in Saxony. Whilst in captivity he befriended the poet Frederick William Harvey, for whom Jackson executed the drawing of a prison guard seen through the camp wire that decorates the front cover of Harvey's biographical work,

Comrades in Captivity

(London, 1920). The Imperial War Museum collections contain two paintings completed by Jackson during his imprisonment, depicting the camp and his fellow prisoners of war. These works, along with several others, were displayed in the exhibition,

The Nation's War Paintings and other Records

, that toured British cities between 1919 and 1920.

On 20 November 1918, a few days after the end of the war and just three weeks after his return to England, he married the Hon. Hildred Mosley (1887-1963), daughter of Tonman Mosley, 1st and last Baron Anslow (1850-1933) by his wife Lady Hilda Rose Montgomerie (1860-1928). Jackson moved to Westleton, Suffolk, where he continued to paint and began wood carving. He was also involved with the Scouts and the British Legion, later becoming a magistrate. Jackson died in Lincolnshire on 1 April 1941 and his ashes were interred at his birthplace of Duddington.
Gerald Goddard Jackson - Untitled.

Gerald Goddard Jackson - Untitled.

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Lot number: 149
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GERALD JACKSON (1936 - )
Untitled.
Watercolor on wove paper, 1996. 292x219 mm; 11 1/2x8 5/8 inches.Signed in red crayon, verso.
Provenance: private New York collection.
This is Gerald Jackson's first work to come to auction.
Born in Chicago, Jackson gained notice when his work was includedin two influential 1970s exhibitions--the 1970 Afro-AmericanArtists: New York and Boston at the Museum of the National Centerof Afro-American Artists, Boston, and the 1971 Black Artists: TwoGenerations at the Newark Museum. Recently, his works have been ingroup exhibitions at the Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin &Marshall College, Lancaster, PA, and Rush Arts Gallery, the ChelseaArt Museum, and Kenkeleba House, all New York. A 1973 illustratedbook of his is also in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art,New York.

Gerald Goddard Jackson - View Of Mandeville

Gerald Goddard Jackson - View Of Mandeville

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Lot number: 129
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Cyril G. Jackson - View of Mandeville, Jamaica, early 20th Century watercolour over pencil traces, signed, approx 34.5cm x 55.5cm, within a painted frame.
Gerald Goddard Jackson - Girl Holding Moon

Gerald Goddard Jackson - Girl Holding Moon

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Gerald Jackson (AMERICAN, b. 1936)
Girl Holding Moon
signed 'G Jackson' (lower right center); signed again twice and dated 'Jackson 69 Jackson' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
50¼ x 50¼ in. (127.6 x 127.6 cm.), unframed
Painted in 1969.
Gerald Goddard Jackson - Untitled

Gerald Goddard Jackson - Untitled

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Lot number: 13
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Gerald Jackson (BRITISH, b. 1936)
Untitled
signed, dated and titled 'untitled Gerald Jackson .69.' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
36 x 40½ in. (91.4 x 102.9 cm.), unframed
Painted in 1969.
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