James Pryde is mostly known for the work he produced with his brother-in-law, Sir William Nicholson; together they are known as the Beggarstaff Brothers. Pryde trained as an artists under William-Adolphe Bourguereau in Paris before settling in London. He is known for his bold graphic work, particularly his woodcut posters. He also worked as a lithographer.
For more information, see Beggarstaff Brothers.