San Antonio , Landscape, animal, figure, and genre painter, muralist, commercial artist. Edward Dawson-Watson, the son of Dawson Dawson-Watson, was born in Hartford, Connecticut, and followed his father to San Antonio about 1926. Died in San Antonio. His pictures are bold, interesting in design, full of action-wiry, active cow-ponies and bucking broncos=frontier themes-days of the West; also the Mexican and picturesque scenes with foreign, romantic atmosphere near his home in San Antonio. [O'brien] Exhibition: Edgar B. Davis Competition, San Antonio (1929); Southern States Art League Annual Exhibition (1933); Elisabet Ney Museum, Austin (1933 one-man); San Antonio Local Artists Annual Exhibition (1933, 1935-36). Collections: Stark Museum of Art, Orange.