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Sir Frank Dicksee

Sir Frank Dicksee The Two Crowns oil painting on canvas
The Two Crowns
Painting ID::  45951
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Sir Frank Dicksee The Two Crowns oil painting on canvas



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  Sir Frank Dicksee
  1853-1928 English Sir Frank Dicksee Location English painter and illustrator. He studied in the studio of his father, Thomas Francis Dicksee (1819-95), who painted portraits and historical genre scenes; he then entered the Royal Academy Schools, London, where he was granted a studentship in 1871. He won a silver medal for drawing from the Antique in 1872 and a gold medal in 1875 for his painting Elijah confronting Ahab and Jezebel in Naboth Vineyard (untraced), with which he made his debut at the Royal Academy in 1876. He also began to work as an illustrator during the 1870s, contributing to Cassell Magazine, Cornhill Magazine, The Graphic and other periodicals. During the 1880s he was commissioned by Cassell & Co. to illustrate their editions of Longfellow Evangeline (1882), Shakespeare Othello (1890) and Romeo and Juliet (1884).
  The Two Crowns
  mk178 1900 oils on linen 231.1x182.3cm

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