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Charles Walter Radclyffe (1817–1903) was a watercolourist, printmaker and lithographer. The son of artist William Radclyffe (1783–1855), he was elected into the Birmingham Society of Artists in 1846.[1]

Radclyffe was a key part of Birmingham Art Societies, exhibiting 454 works between 1846 and 1902.[1] His work was mostly typographical landscapes and urban scenes, including his works for Perry Hall and Blenheim Palace in the mid-1800s.


References

Flynn, Brendan; Fogarty, Barbara; Wildman, Stephen; Breeze, George; Vaughan, Dr Sian Everitt (2014-08-01). A Place for Art: the Story of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, RBSA Gallery. p. 68. ISBN 9780993029400.

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