See also:British painter, son of F . C .
See also:Lewis, engraver, was
See also:born in
See also:London . He waselected in 1827 associate of the Society of Painters in
See also:Colours, of which he became full member in 1829 and
See also:president in 18J5; he resigned in 1858, and was made associate of the Royal Academy in 1859 and academician in 1865 . Much of his earlier
See also:life was spent in Spain, Italy and the East, but he re-turned to England in 1851 and for the
See also:remainder of his career devoted himself almost exclusively to Eastern subjects, which he treated with extraordinary care and minuteness of finish, and with much beauty of technical method . He is represented by a picture, " Edfou: Upper
See also:Egypt," in the
See also:National Gallery of British
See also:Art . He achieved equal
See also:eminence in both oil and water-
See also:painting .
HENRY CARVILL LEWIS
MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS (1775-1818)
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