Person    | Male  Born 4/7/1846  Died 23/11/1930

Walter Greaves

Categories: Art

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 fell out of favour and died in obscurity in the West London Hospital, Hammersmith.

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Walter Greaves

Greater London Council Walter Greaves, 1846-1930, artist, lived here 1855-1897.

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