Edward Frederick Brewtnall Biography | Oil Painting Reproductions
10-13-1846 London, ENG – 11-2-1902 London, ENGBack to Artist IndexView Artists Paintings
Edward Frederick Brewtnall was an English genre, landscape and figure painter and illustrator. He studied at the Lambeth School of Art. Residing in London, Edward Frederick Brewtnall worked in both oil and watercolor. He exhibited from 1868, at the Royal Academy, Society of British Artists, Grosvenor Gallery and elsewhere, but mainly at the Old Watercolor Society.
Edward Frederick Brewtnall had a particular enthusiasm in Folktales and Ballads which turned into the subjects of many of his paintings such as Cinderella, The Princess And The Frog, Little Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty. He provided artwork for The Graphic, The Pall Mall, The Quiver, and The English Illustrated magazines, and illustrated books such as Barnard's edition of Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" and others.
Art Movement: Pre-Raphaelite.
Artist's Biography compiled by Albert L. Mansour at The World's Artist, with text adapted from Wikipedia.