Walter Duncan was a British painter. He was born in 1848 in London, He died in 1932 in Richmond, London.
He completed his early studies in the family with his father Edward Duncan. His father was a member of the "Royal Society of Watercolours" in London.
He lived in London, then later in Surrey.
Duncan expressed himself with drawing, pastels, watercolor and oil.
Works in museums[change | change source]
- A la Ronde of Devon (United Kingdom) with the painting Heathland Landscape.
- Art gallery of Manchester (United Kingdom).
- Museo d'arte of Avellino (Italy) with Fanciulla nel bosco (1898) e Venditrice di fiori a St. Martin in the Fields (1919) .
- Royal Collection of London (United Kingdom), with The First Interview between Elizabeth Woodville and King Edward IV (1902).
References[change | change source]
- ↑ "biographical notes". Retrieved 2014-12-25.
- ↑ "Heathland Landscape". Retrieved 2014-12-25.
- ↑ "The First Interview between Elizabeth Woodville and King Edward IV". Retrieved 2014-12-25.
Bibliography[change | change source]
WRIGIT Christopher, GORDON Catherine Mary, SMITH Mary Peskett (2006), “Walter Duncan”, in IDEM British and Irish Paintings in Public Collections, New Haven 2006, Yale University Press, pag. 310.
Other websites[change | change source]
- photo gallery at artnet.com
- photo gallery BBC