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Self Portrait

Photo credit: Ealing Local History Centre

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This is a self portrait of the Cardiff-born portrait artist who lived in Ealing from 1868 to 1896. Though never exhibiting at the Royal Academy, he exhibited in annual exhibitions and throughout the British Empire. He was a member of the Public Library Committee from 1884 to 1897 and a supporter of the Ealing Free Library.

Ealing Central Library

London

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    75 x 62 cm

  • Accession number

    L50

  • Acquisition method

    acquired from Percy L. Marks and his sisters, 1923

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Ealing Central Library

Ealing Local History Centre, 103 Ealing Broadway Centre, The Broadway, London, Greater London W5 5JY England

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