(1850 - 1902)
Matthew Ridley Corbet was active/lived in United Kingdom. Matthew Corbet is known for painting.
Biography Matthew Corbet
Corbet studied in Rome for three years as a pupil of Giovanni Costa
(1826-1903), and it was here that Corbet developed his 'poetic-pasoral'
landscape style, and from 1883 onwards, Corbet rarely painted anything
other than landscapes. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1875 to
1902, and the works 'Morning Glory' and 'Val D'Arno' were both bought by
the Chantrey Bequest, and are held in the Tate collection.  Wood,
Christopher, Victorian Painters, vol. I, 1995, p.115