Tuesday, December 31, 2013

H is for Henry

 Henry Allfrey: The River Greta, Yorkshire (1843)
 Henry Bright: The Setting Sun (1873)
 Henry Clarence Whaite: Harlech Castle. Four square to all the winds that blow
 Henry Clarence Whaite: The Rainbow
 Henry Dawson: Durham Cathedral from the River (1876)
 Henry Dawson: Nottingham (1859)
 Henry Holiday: Aspasia on the Pnyx (1888)
 Henry King Taylor: Saint Michael's Mount, Cornwall
 Henry Monro: The Disgrace of Wolsey (1814)
Henry Perlee Parker: Pitmen Playing Quoits

Monday, December 30, 2013

G is for George

 George Cole: At the End of the Day (1880)
[this is a different person from George Vicat Cole]
 George Frank Miles: Lillie Langtry (1884)
 George Morton: Buy a Bunch of Pretty Flowers
 George Morton: Figure Study
 George Washington Brownlow: The Early Days of Captain Cook (1858-59)
 George Weatherill: View of Whitby Abbey (1873)
 George William Willis: Leap Frog
 George Willoughby Maynard: In Strange Seas (1889)
George Wimpenny: Clara Potts sitting at an easel painting a still life of flowers (1897)

Sunday, December 29, 2013

F is for Frederick

 Frederick Hamilton Jackson: What chain is it, that binds thee fast? (1875)
 Frederick Lee Bridell: The Woods of Sweet Chestnut above Varenna, Lake Como (1860)
 Frederick Nash: Market day before Rouen Cathedral
 Frederick Richard Lee: Sea Coast, Sunrise (1834)
 Frederick Walker: The Housewife (1871)
Frederick William Elwell: Leonie's Toilet (1894)

Saturday, December 28, 2013

E is for Edward

 Edward John Gregory: A summer idyll - An artist sketching 
a young girl asleep in a hammock on the banks of a river (1881)
 Edward John Poynter: The Fortune Teller (1877)
 Edward Killingworth Johnson: The Hammock (1881)
 Edward Robert Hughes: Diana's Maidens (1898)
 Edward Robert Hughes: Portrait of Vere Monckton-Arundell (1889)
Edward Slocombe: Queen of Saba (1907)

Friday, December 27, 2013

C is for Charles

 Charles Deane: The Thames at Twickenham (1815)
 Charles Dudley: Alight with Interest
 Charles Ernest Butler: King Arthur (1903)
 Charles Essenhigh Corke: Drawing room, Austen House, Sevenoaks (1905)
[could that be the Jane Austen house?]
 Charles Essenhigh Corke: Lady Betty's China Closet At Knole House, Sevenoaks
 Charles Henry Malcolm Kerr: Myself (1899)
 Charles Jones: Sheep and Donkey in a Winter Landscape
Charles L. Shaw: A Traveler along a Path in the Highlands (1894)

Thursday, December 26, 2013

A is for Arthur

 Arthur Croft: Bedouins at the City Walls (1880)
 Arthur Croft: Path Along the Mountain Torrent (1882)
 Arthur David McCormick: Mutineers (ca. 1903)
 Arthur Dixon: The King's Daughter
Arthur Dixon: An Edinburgh Flower Market

 Arthur Herbert Buckland: In a Cottage Garden (1910)
 Arthur James Melhuish: Young Boy on a Shetland Pony (1881)
Arthur Wardle: A Fairytale, 'All seemed to sleep, the timid hare on form,' Walter Scott (1895)

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

James Clarke Waite

James Clarke Waite (1832-1921) was born and educated in England. He eventually settled in Australia.

 Off to Market
 Surprise for Grandfather (1873)
The Widow's Consolation