Friday, April 11, 2014

W is for William - Final Post

This is the final post for this blog. I hope these paintings have brought some enjoyment. Peace out.

 William Skeoch Cumming: Drummer James Roddick of the 92nd Gordon Highlanders Defending Lieutenant Menzies during hand-to-hand fighting in the Battle of Kandahar, 1880 (1894)
  
 William Small: The Last Match (1887)
  
 William Strang: The Temptation
  
 William Strutt: The Prior's Feast
  
 William T. Maud: Ride of the Valkyries (1890)
  
 William Westall: The Commencement of the Deluge (1848)
  
 William Wilfrid Ball: Chinon in Late Summer (1901)
  
 William Wilfrid Ball: Long Wittenham, Oxfordshire
  
 William Wyld: The Garden at Versailles
  
William Wyld: Venice from the Lagoon

14 comments:

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  2. A truly excellent blog. Many thanks for shining a light on so many wonderful Victorian artists.

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  3. Thank you so much. This blog has been wonderful.

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  4. Thanks for all the kind words. It's been my pleasure.

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  5. great collection of paintings. a delightful blog!

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  6. I just found this now! What a wonderful collection of my fav painters! thanks for this! :)

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    1. See the "My Blogs" section at the upper right hand column on this page. Right now only the Vintage Photos and Peinture Française du 19ème Siècle blogs are active.

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