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May 22, 1844 - June 14, 1926. Was an American painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Edward Matthew Ward 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
94611 Dr. Johnson in the ante-room of Lord Chesterfield in Chesterfield House, Westminster. Edward Matthew Ward Dr. Johnson in the ante-room of Lord Chesterfield in Chesterfield House, Westminster. cjr
94608 Hogarthian image of the South Sea Bubble Edward Matthew Ward Hogarthian image of the South Sea Bubble cjr
94609 Leicester and Amy Robsart at Cumnor Hall Edward Matthew Ward Leicester and Amy Robsart at Cumnor Hall 1866 cjr
24222 Queen Victoria at the Tomb of Napoleon (mk25) Edward Matthew Ward Queen Victoria at the Tomb of Napoleon (mk25) 24 August 1855 1860
19154 Sir Thomas More's Farewell to his Daughter Edward Matthew Ward Sir Thomas More's Farewell to his Daughter   
834 The Figurantes Edward Matthew Ward The Figurantes 1877
24221 The Investiture of Napoleon III with the Order of the Garter 18 April 1855 (mk25) Edward Matthew Ward The Investiture of Napoleon III with the Order of the Garter 18 April 1855 (mk25) 1860

Edward Matthew Ward
British Painter. 1816-1879 His parents encouraged his early interest in art. He was sent to a number of art schools, including that of John Cawse (1779-1862), before gaining entry to the Royal Academy Schools in 1835. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1834 with Adelphi Smith as Don Quixote (untraced). In 1836 he went abroad for further study, visiting Paris and Venice on the way to Rome, where he spent three years. His first work of any consequence was Cimabue and Giotto (untraced), which he sent back to the Royal Academy show of 1839. On the way back to England at the end of that year Ward visited Munich to learn the technique of modern fresco painting in order to take part in the competition to decorate the Palace of Westminster, but his cartoon, Boadicea (1843; untraced), was unsuccessful. However, in 1852 he was commissioned to produce eight pictures for the Palace of Westminster, on subjects drawn from the English Civil War, the best of which is the Last Sleep of Argyll (1860s) in the Commons Corridor of the Houses of Parliament
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