Frederick James Aldridge (1850–1933) was a British painter in oils and watercolourist, known for painting marine scenes. He did not take up painting until he was twenty years old.He lived and worked in Worthing, where he had a gallery shop. He signed his works 'F J Aldridge'. He attended Cowes Week many times over a period of around fifty-years. Three of his works were exhibited at the Royal Academy and twelve at the Suffolk Street Galleries. Failing eyesight forced him to stop painting in 1927.
The work is framed with passe partout and glazed. Signed lower right by artist.
This painting was donated to FARA Pimlico.