Edmond Albert Joseph Edouard Marie Tyrel de Poix was an accomplished British landscape painter and draughtsman. He was born in Worcester and his family descended from French nobility. His works were shown primarily at local exhibitions including at the Worcester City and County Fine Arts Association. His son, Hugh Edmond Francois Marie Tyrel De Poix (1886-1966), also became an artist.
Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle (formerly the Woodpecker Sketch Club), Worcester City and County Fine Arts Association.
Born in Worcester to John De Poix Tyrel (1811-1883), an author and tutor, and Mary Christina De Poix Tyrel (née Chapman).
Lived in Worcester with his parents, sister and two servants.
Held the position of Secretary at the Worcester Society of Arts.
Lived in Long Benton Village, Northumberland.
Married Jessie Mabel Smith at Bayswater, London who died the following year.
Shown at the Worcester City and County Fine Arts Association.
Shown at the Fine Art Society's Gallery, London as referred to in the Malvern Advertiser.
“We learn that a selection of pictures and drawings by Mr. Edmond Tyrel de Poix, formerly of Worcester, has been just opened at the Fine Art Society's Gallery, 148, New Bond Street, and from what we know of the poetical qualities of that gentleman's work, the success of the exhibition may be pretty safely anticipated.“
Shown at the Worcester City and County Fine Arts’ Association as referred to in Berrow’s Worcester Journal.
“Another large canvas is Mr. Tyre de Poix's ‘Teme at Powick’. In its main features it shows vigour and fidelity. Black clouds are gathering in the heavens, throwing their dark shadows athwart a grey old church and bridge, nestling cottage, and gentle stream.”
Lived in Kensington, London, with his widowed father and two servants.
Married Eugenie Alice Wentworth Pemberton at Kensington, London. The pair had at least four children.
Lived in Broome, Norfolk with his wife, four children, and seven servants.
Shown at the Norwich Assembly Rooms.
Lived in Bungay, Suffolk with his son and five servants.
Died at Littlehampton, East Sussex,