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David Law

 (1831 - 1901)
David Law was active/lived in United Kingdom.  David Law is known for landscape and landmark painting,etching.

Biography   David Law


A nineteenth century painter, watercolorist and etcher, David Law was apprenticed to a steel engraver at an early age.  In 1845 he was admitted into the Trustees' Academy, Edinburgh, where he studied under Alexander Christie and Emslie Dallas for the following five years.  In 1851, David Law gained employment in the Ordinance Survey Office and engraved maps for the following twenty years.
 
At the age of over forty David Law decided to dedicate himself completely to artistic pursuits and came to London.  By 1873 he was exhibiting his art at many major institutions, including the Royal Academy.  David Law was an original Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers, Royal Society of British Artists and the   ...  Displaying 750 of 835 characters.

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