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William Gale

 Painting - Rocking The Baby by William Gale

Rocking The Baby

 Painting - The Sailor's Farewell by Augusta StyliaaWilliam Galenou

The Sailor's Farewell

 Painting - The Convalescent by William Gale

The Convalescent

 Painting - Spring Flowers by William Gale

Spring Flowers

 Painting - Young Oriental Woman by Attributed to William Gale

Young Oriental Woman

William Gale (1823–1909) was a British painter of the pre-Raphaelite school.

Gale was born in London. He exhibited annually at the Royal Academy 1844–93, but was never elected a member. He exhibited regularly at the British Institution and at the Royal Society of British Artists. He travelled to Italy in 1851, and to the Middle East in 1862 and 1867. He was a prolific artist; his output included sentimental, biblical and mythological subjects, and portraits and orientalist pictures. There are examples of his work in the Tate Gallery, in the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre, and in the Art Gallery of New South Wales.[1]

His painting Christ's Entry into Jerusalem features in the sleeve notes of the 2011 album 90 Bisodol (Crimond) by the band Half Man Half Biscuit.


References

"William Gale (1823–1909), Painter". National Portrait Gallery. Retrieved 13 January 2015.

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