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Alfred Heaton Cooper (1863–1929) was an English watercolour artist.
The Art of the United Kingdom refers to all forms of visual art in or associated with the United Kingdom since the formation of the Kingdom of Great Britain in 1707 and encompass English art, Scottish art, Welsh art and Irish art, and forms part of Western art history.
The Art Workers' Guild is an organisation established in 1884 by a group of British architects associated with the ideas of William Morris and the Arts and Crafts movement.
British official war artists were a select group of artists who were employed on contract, or commissioned to produce specific works during the First World War, the Second World War and select military actions in the post-war period.
The British War Memorials Committee was a British Government body that throughout 1918 was responsible for the commissioning of artworks to create a memorial to the First World War.
Carey Morris (17 May 1882 – 17 November 1968) was a Welsh painter, illustrator, author and businessman born in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire.
The Centre Block (in French: Édifice du Centre) is the main building of the Canadian parliamentary complex on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Ontario, containing the House of Commons and Senate chambers, as well as the offices of a number of members of parliament, senators, and senior administration for both legislative houses.
Clausen is a Danish patronymic surname, literally meaning child of Claus, Claus being a German form of the Greek Νικόλαος, Nikolaos, (cf. Nicholas), used in Denmark at least since the 16th century.
Dorothea Sharp (1874 – 17 December 1955) was a British artist best known for her landscapes and naturalistic studies of children at play.
Ernest Stephen Lumsden, (born London, 22 December 1883, died Edinburgh, 29 September 1948) was a distinguished painter, noted etcher and authority on etching.
Frederick Hall (6 February 1860 – 21 August 1948), often known as (and signing his work as) Fred Hall, was an English impressionist painter of landscapes, rustic subjects, and portraits who exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Paris Salon, where he was awarded a gold medal in 1912.
There are 129 Grade II* listed war memorials in England, out of over 2,000 listed war memorials.
The Hall of Remembrance was a series of paintings and sculptures commissioned, in 1918, by the British War Memorials Committee of the British Ministry of Information in commemoration of the dead of World War One.
Henrietta Skerrett Montalba (8 April 1848 – 14 September 1893) was a British sculptor, born into a renowned family of artists.
Henry Tonks, FRCS (9 April 1862 – 8 January 1937) was a British surgeon and later draughtsman and painter of figure subjects, chiefly interiors, and a caricaturist.
The Idyllic school (also known as the Idyllists) was a 19th-century art movement of British artists—both painters and illustrators—whose depictions of rural landscapes combined elements of social realism and idealism.
John Robertson Reid (1851–1926) was a Scottish painter who spent his early working life in Surrey, and then from the early 1880s in Cornwall in the wild south-west of England.
Dame Laura Knight, (Johnson), (4 August 1877 – 7 July 1970) was an English artist who worked in oils, watercolours, etching, engraving and drypoint.
The following is a list of alumni of the Royal College of Art, London, and of its predecessor schools before 1896: the Government School of Design or Metropolitan School of Design, the Normal Training School of Art and the National Art Training School.
The following is a list of notable English and British painters (in chronological order).
King's Lynn is an English market town in West Norfolk.
English Art (British Art) Collection in National Museum of Serbia includes painters usually from the late 19th century, mostly impressionist and post-impressionist.
The List of painters in the Web Gallery of Art is a list of the named painters in the Web Gallery of Art (WGA).
This is a list of notable Royal Academicians or RAs, academicians of the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
The Manchester School of Painters was formed by a number of disgruntled young vanguard painters in the 1870s.
The New English Art Club (NEAC) was founded in London in 1885 as an alternate venue to the Royal Academy.
Richard Burchett (1815–1875) was a British artist and educator on the fringes of the Pre-Raphaelite movement, who was for over twenty years the Headmaster of what later became the Royal College of Art.
The Royal College of Art (RCA) is a public research university in London, in the United Kingdom.
The Society of Graphic Art (renamed Society of Graphic Fine Art in 1986) is a British arts organisation established in 1919.
Sybil Henley Jacobson, (b. July 21, 1881 in London, England, d. November 4, 1953 near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) was a Canadian painter.
Thomas Derrick (1885–1954) was an English artist, particularly known for his work as an illustrator and cartoonist.
The following is a timeline of the history of London, the capital of England in the United Kingdom.
Tony Robert-Fleury (1 September, 1837 – 8 December, 1911) was a French painter, known primarily for historical scenes.
William Herbert Allen (1863–1943) was a notable English landscape watercolour artist whose career spanned more than 50 years from the 1880s to the 1940s.
Sir Walter Thomas Monnington PRA (2 October 1902 – 7 January 1976) was an English painter, notable for several large murals, his work as a war artist and for his Presidency of the Royal Academy.
Winifred Margaret Knights (1899–1947) was a British painter.
The years of warfare were the backdrop for art which is now preserved and displayed in such institutions as the Imperial War Museum in London, the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, and the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
Events from the year 1852 in art.
Events from the year 1852 in the United Kingdom.
The year 1914 in art involved some significant events and new works.
Events from the year 1914 in the United Kingdom.
The year 1916 in art involved some significant events and new works.
The year 1918 in art involved some significant events and new works.
The year 1944 in art involved some significant events and new works.
This is a list of authors whose works enter the public domain in part of the world in 2015.