John Pettie R.A., ca.1884
From: Joseph Parkin Mayall
RA Collection: Art
Having moved from Scotland to London in 1862, Pettie and his wife first lived in Gloucester Road, Regent's Park in a house previously occupied by William Powell Frith R.A. However the location of the photograph, as confirmed by a copyright form of 1883, [National Archives, Kew], is Pettie's studio in 'The Lothians', a house he had built for his famly in Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead. According to The Art Journal1893, the studio was considered the finest in London.
214 mm x 165 mm
Artists At Home Photographed By J.P. Mayall, And Reproduced In Facsimile By Photo-Engraving On Copper Plates. Edited, With Biographical Notices And Descriptions, By F.G. Stephens - London:: 1884. [All rights reserved.]
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