Painter. Born 20 Arlington Street. Following visits to Egypt his work often featured that country, and he was very successful, enabling him to employ R. N. Shaw to build Grim's Dyke as his home. A number of his sons were also successful artists. Died 36 Goldhurst Terrace, West Hampstead.
Person | Male Born 17/9/1822 Died 29/7/1904
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This house, designed by R. Norman Shaw, architect, for Frederick Goodall, pai...
Grim's Dyke - Harrow Heritage
We can't explain the quotation marks on the inscription and think they are pr...
Sir Edward John Poynter
History painter. Born Paris but brought up in England. Director of the National Gallery and President of the Royal Academy. Died at his house and studio, 70 Addison Road, Kensington.
Painter and boat builder. Born at 31 Cheyne Walk. His father was J.M.W. Turner's boatman. His most famous painting is 'Hammersmith Bridge on Boat-Race Day'. Although a colleague of Whistler, he fel...
Valentine Cameron Prinsep
Born Calcutta, India. Artist and writer. His father was a civil servant in India and the family moved to England on his retirement. A minor figure in the Pre-Raphaelites, although he exhibited regu...
Person, Art, Literature, India
Born Bishop's Stortford. Studied at Lambeth School of Art where she was a student of John Sparkes. Began work at Doulton's in 1871, the first female employee, she specialised in painting animals. H...
Sculptor, painter, architect and poet.
Person, Architecture, Art, Engineering, Poetry, Sculpture, Seriously Famous, Italy