Alexander Wallace Rimington King’s College Cambridge

Alexander Wallace Rimington King’s College Cambridge

Alexander Wallace Rimington King’s College Cambridge

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Alexander Wallace Rimington A.R.E., R.B.A., Hon. F.S.A was Professor of Fine Arts at Queen’s College, London. An etcher, illustrator, painter, and author he was most famous for inventing a musical instrument, the ‘color organ’ that projected different colors in harmony with the music.
His first Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy was in 1880, over subsequent years he exhibited thirty-four works there, mostly topographical works related to his travels around Europe. He had regular shows at the Fine Art Society – seven between 1893 and 1912 – showing a hundred or more watercolors.


W24.0 x H33.0 cm



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Alexander Wallace Rimington

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19th Century


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