HAZLEDINE A. (ALFRED)
1876 Mol ? (B) – 1954 Ukkle (Brussels)
Some reference books name the village Mold in Great Britain as his birthplace, others say Mol in Belgium. As is often the case, more is known about his paintings than about the artist himself. Alfred Hazledine followed a routine career for a painter in Belgium: a formal training with well-known painters in Brussels, and memberships of various artist colonies and groups like Wechelderzande, Vie et Lumiére, the society for impressionist artist and L'Espampe, the society for the promotion of print making. He is best known for his impressionistic landscapes.