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Richard Redgrave,RA

Richard Redgrave,RA The Governess:she Sees no Kind Domestic Visage Near oil painting on canvas
The Governess:she Sees no Kind Domestic Visage Near
Painting ID::  28402
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Richard Redgrave,RA The Governess:she Sees no Kind Domestic Visage Near oil painting on canvas



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  Richard Redgrave,RA
  1804-1888 Painter, etcher and administrator, brother of (1) Samuel Redgrave. He trained initially as a clerk and draughtsman in his father's counting-house before becoming a student at the Royal Academy Schools in 1826; he also studied with John Powell. About 1830 he left his father's firm and supported himself as a drawing-master, working in watercolour before attempting to paint in oil. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1825 until failing eyesight afflicted him in 1883. He was elected ARA in 1840 and RA in 1851.
  The Governess:she Sees no Kind Domestic Visage Near
  1844 Oil on canvas 71.1 x 91.5 cm (28 x 36 in) Victoria and Albert Museum London (mk63)

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