(1837 - 1912)
Arthur Lumley was active/lived in New York. Arthur Lumley is known for newspaper and book illustration, war artist.
Biography Arthur Lumley
Arthur Lumley was born in Dublin, Ireland and came to the United States around 1840 where he lived in Brooklyn. In the 1850s, he studied art at the National Academy of Design and supported himself by doing illustrations for books including The Life and Adventures of Kit Carson, the Nestor of the Rocky Mountains by DeWitt Peters (New York, 1858), Wild Life; or Adventures on the Frontier. A Tale of the Early Days of the Texan Republic by Captain Mayne Reid (New York, 1859), Kit Kelvin's Kernels (New York, 1860), and Sacred Poems by N. Parker Willis (New York, 1860) as well as for the newly founded illustrated newspapers New York Illustrated, Harper's Weekly, and Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
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