(1815 - 1881)
Alfred Elmore was active/lived in United Kingdom. Alfred Elmore is known for painting.
Biography Alfred Elmore
Elmore is best known for his much-celebrated work The Emperor Charles V
at the Convent of St Yuste (1856, Royal Holloway, University of London).
Recognised from an early stage in his career as a promising artist, the
Art Journal pronounced that: 'Mr. Elmore, we understand, is young; if
he progresses as he has commenced, we shall ere long add another name to
our limited list of great English masters' (Art Journal, 1839, p. 8).
Travelling extensively in Europe, Elmore studied the pictures and
antiquities in Paris, Venice, Florence, Rome, Munich and Dresden. He
exhibited extensively at the Royal Academy, so much so that a later Art
Journal critic commented that 'such an instance of good fortune...is, we
imagine without a pa
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