A former Director of Studies in Figure and Painting at South Kensington Schools, who exhibited from 1854 until 1890 at the RA and elsewhere widely, he was vocal in his opposition to the placing of the National Gallery of British Art at the Millbank Prison site.
His connection in Cornwall was with Falmouth, where he also painted.
Painter of genre subjects
works and access
Works include: Stray Rabbits (1858); Ordered on Foreign Service (1864); Sunday Afternoon (1875), Summer Ramble (1880); An Old Mill, Falmouth
Access to work: Falmouth Art Gallery; Ashmolean, Oxford
misc further info
The Times 19 Jul 1890
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p319)
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists
Wood (1995) Victorian Painters;