See also:English painter, son of
See also:Stone, A.R.A., was trained by his
See also:father and began to exhibit at the Academy before he was eighteen; and a few years later he illustrated with much success books by
See also:Charles Dickens, Anthony
See also:Trollope, and other writers, friends of his
See also:family . He was elected an associate of the Royal Academy in 1877, and academician in 1887 . In his earlier pictures he dealt much with
See also:historical incidents, but in his later
See also:work he occupied himself chiefly with a particular type of dainty sentiment, treated with much charm, refinement and executive skill . One of his canvases is in the
See also:National Gallery of
See also:Art . Most of his
See also:works have been engraved, and medals have been awarded to him at exhibitions in all parts of the
See also:world . See the
See also:Life and Work of
See also:Marcus Stone, R.A., by A . L . Baldry (Art Journal
See also:office, 1896) .
LUCY [BLACKWELL] STONE (1818-1893)
NICHOLAS STONE (1586-1647)
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