Walter Wilcox Burridge (1857 – June 25, 1913) was a painter in the United States. He did theater set accomplishment and acknowledged his own studio. Burridge did work upon a cyclorama of Kilauea at the Volcano House. He in addition to did many scene paintings for theatrical productions. In his obituary, the Brooklyn Eagle called him one of the foremost scene painters of his time.
Burridge painted the principal curtain at the McVickers Theater: Chicago in 1833. He was in Albuquerque, New Mexico to work on the Panama Exposition with he died of heart complaint in 1913.
Burridge was from Brooklyn and his dad Henry was the supervisor of the Old Masons Arms Inn there.