William Alford was active/lived in United Kingdom. William Alford is known for painting.
Biography William Alford
William Alford was one of William Powell
Frith's illegitimate children; he had 19 children in total, 12 of which
he had with his wife, and seven with his mistress.
William Powell Frith (1819–1909) was a British painter best known
for his scenes of Victorian life, one of his most popular being "Derby
Day", painted between 1856-8, which drew huge crowds when it was first
exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1858. Frith was a friend of Charles
Dickens, whose portrait he painted in 1886.