(1850 - 1936)
Walter Daniel Batley was active/lived in United Kingdom. Walter Batley is known for Land-and townscape, figure painting.
Biography Walter Batley
Walter Daniel Batley (1850-1936)
He was born at Westgate Street, Ipswich in 1850, second son of the five children of Henry Baring Batley (1809-1863) a plumber & glazier, and his wife Maria née Orford (1819-1904). Owing to Walter's poor health, in 1860, the family purchased a seaside cottage at Felixstowe where Walter lived with his mother after she became a widow. In 1868-1873 a student at Ipswich School of Art, living with his mother at 7 Norwich Road, Ipswich after which he moved to study at South Kensington and the Royal Academy schools, London where in 1874 he lodged with his brother Henry and was chosen to copy the Raphael Cartoons for the government in which year he won the South Kensington's Gold Medal f
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