(1806 - 1867)
Horatio McCulloch was active/lived in United Kingdom, Scotland. Horatio McCulloch is known for landscape painting, theatre sets.
Biography Horatio McCulloch
Horatio McCulloch (R.S.A.), sometimes written M'Culloch, (1806 in Glasgow, Scotland - June 24, 1867 in Edinburgh, Scotland) was a Scottish landscape painter.
He was trained in the studio of the Glasgow landscape painter John Knox (1778-1845) for about one year alongside David Macnee (1806-1882) and at first earned his living as a decorative painter. He was then engaged at Cumnock, painting the ornamental lids of snuffboxes, and afterwards employed in Edinburgh by William Home Lizars, the engraver, to colour the illustrations in Prideaux John Selby's British Birds and similar works.
After he moved to Edinburgh in 1825, he began painting in the tradition of Alexander Nasmyth. Working from nature, he was greatly influenced
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