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Joseph Parkin Mayall, Thomas Oldham Barlow R.A.

Thomas Oldham Barlow R.A., ca.1884

From: Joseph Parkin Mayall

RA Collection: Art

Probably photographed [copyright form dated 1883 at the National Archives, Kew] at Auburn Lodge, Victoria Road, Kensington where Barlow died in 1889. Barlow and his wife had moved to Kensington in the 1850s. On the wall to the left of the photograph is Barlow's diploma as a Royal Academician. The two portraits in the foreground are 'Cardinal Manning' and 'Sir Henry Irving', both by Millais. On the wall above the bookcase is Barlow's engraving of 'William Ewart Gladstone' by Millais and his engraving of Kneller's 'Sir Isaac Newton'. Barlow was photographed earlier by David Wilkie Wynfield, a photographer member of the St John's Wood Clique, a copy of this photograph, can be seen in this photograph on the wall behind Barlow.

Object details

Title
Thomas Oldham Barlow R.A.
Photographed by
Published by
Photographed by
From
F.G. Stephens (ed.), Artists at home photographed by J.P. Mayall, London 1884, pl.[23]
Date
ca.1884
Object type
Photograph
Place of Publication
London
Medium
Photogravure
Dimensions

169 mm x 214 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
05/4689
This image is from a book

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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