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|Named Person:||Edward John Poynter|
|Material Type:||Original artwork, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Visual material|
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|Notes:||Medium Notes: fragment of a watermark.
Sir Edward John Poynter, PRA: Painter; trained in London and Paris, and established his fame with his immense painting, Israel and Egypt, 1867; worked on a number of decorative schemes, his paintings of mythological subjects winning him a considerable contemporary reputation. Appointed the first Slade Professor in 1871, and director of art at South Kensington, 1875, Poynter was influential in introducing French principles of art teaching into England. He later served as Director of the National Gallery, 1894-1904, and President of the Royal Academy, 1896-1918.
Amico Library: 2002; ARTstor: 2005; ARTstor 2005 (2006 rev.); CAMIO 2006.
|Series Title:||Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. Museum Collections.|