Daniel Albert Wehrschmidt
(1861 - 1932)
Daniel Albert Wehrschmidt was active/lived in Ohio / England, Germany. Daniel Wehrschmidt is known for portraits, mezzotints, illustration, engraving, teaching.
Biography Daniel Albert Wehrschmidt
Daniel Albert Wehrschmidt:
Also known as DA Wehrschmidt, Daniel A Veresmith, and Daniel Veresmith
Daniel Albert Wehrschmidt is best known for his portrait in The National Portrait Gallery, London, of the Arctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott (Scott of the Antarctic) whom Wehrschmidt painted in 1905. He is also noted for seven of twenty-five illustrations in Thomas Hardy's novel, Tess of the D'Urbervilles.
His work is in the permanent collections of The London National Liberal Club (- Granville George Leveson Gower 2nd Earl Granville and Charles Robert Wynn Carrington first Marquess of Lincolnshire) - The Scottish National Portrait Gallery - (William Sharp) - The Edinburgh City Council Art Center
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