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Henry Walton

Henry Walton A Gentleman,Said to Be mr Richard Bendyshe with his Favorite Hunter in a Landscape oil painting on canvas
A Gentleman,Said to Be mr Richard Bendyshe with his Favorite Hunter in a Landscape
Painting ID::  27303
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Henry Walton A Gentleman,Said to Be mr Richard Bendyshe with his Favorite Hunter in a Landscape oil painting on canvas



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  Henry Walton
  British Painter , c 1746-1813 He studied in London under Johan Zoffany c. 1769, after which he completed his training at the Maiden Lane Academy. It was probably Zoffany who introduced Walton to the conversation piece, a genre in which he was to specialize. The Cricket Scene at Harrow School (1771; priv. col., see 1963 exh. cat., no. 1) reveals Walton's debt to Zoffany, but it also shows him to be an exceptional colourist and able to compose his figures with a sense of rare warmth and intimacy. By c. 1778, when he painted the Rev. Charles Tyrrell with his Family
  A Gentleman,Said to Be mr Richard Bendyshe with his Favorite Hunter in a Landscape
  Oil on canvas 19 1/4 by 23 1/4 in 48.9 by 59.1 cm (mk59)

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