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This exhibition explores the relationship between Victorian artists' correspondence and custom-built studio houses.
By: Jenifer Norwalk
In the 1860's, London-based Scottish artist John Ballantyne created a series of paintings depicting popular contemporary artists within their studios. In total he completed approximately seventeen paintings, featuring sixteen different artists.
The artists included in this series are:
Thomas Creswick, Alfred W. Elmore, Thomas Faed, Sir Francis Grant, Sir George Harvey, William Holman Hunt, William Powell Frith, Edwin Landseer, Daniel Maclise, Baron Carlo Marochetti, John Everett Millais, Erskine Nicol, Sir Joseph Noel Paton, John Phillip, David Roberts, and Clarkson Stanfield