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...Eastlake, Charles Lock Charles Lock Eastlake was born in Plymouth on 17 November 1793 and died in Pisa on 24 December 1865. He became the dominant influence in the mid Victorian art world as President of the Royal Academy from 1850...
...Hunt, William Holman William Holman Hunt was born in London on 2 April 1827 and died there on 7 September 1910. Educated at the Royal Academy, he became a painter who along with Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ruskin, John John Everett Millais...
...Leighton, Frederic Frederic Leighton was born in Scarborough on 31 December 1830 and died in London on 25 January 1896. He studied art in France, Belgium and Italy, and was influenced by the Nazarene style. In 1855 he exhibited at the Royal...
...Knight, Richard Payne Richard Payne Knight was born at Wormesley Grange in Herefordshire on 15 February 1750 and died in London on 23 April 1824. He was educated at home, but toured Italy and the Continent from 1867 for several years. He...
...Brown, Ford Madox Ford Madox Brown was born in Calais on 16 April 1821 and died in London on 11 October 1893. He trained in Bruges and Antwerp as a painter, being initially influenced by the artists of the Nazarene movement. He attempted...
...Whistler, James Abbott McNeill James Abbott McNeill Whistler was born in Lowell, Massachusetts on 10 July 1834 and died in London on 17 July 1903. He studied art in France in the studio of Charles Gleyre, where he became closely associated...
...Rathbone, Philip Henry Philip Henry Rathbone was born and died in Liverpool. A member of a long-standing liberal and philanthropic family of local businessmen, Rathbone worked in the insurance industry, but was most active as an inveterate...