William Edward Webb
(1862 - 1903)
William Edward Webb was active/lived in United Kingdom. William Webb is known for Coastal, figure, genre painting.
Biography William Edward Webb
A success story nearly 100 years in the making, Webb's validation as a top-level marine artist rests primarily with the quality marine paintings he left the world. A permanent resident of Manchester, he widely frequented the coasts and ports of Great Britain, producing an impressive output of active scenes celebrating the challenges faced by those who plied their trades on the open ocean.
Webb exhibited more than 60 paintings from 1890 to 1904, mostly in his hometown, but also with the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool and three times with the Royal Academy in London. Greater commercial recognition came to Webb posthumously partially through the efforts of author Denys Brook-Hart, who saw what he identified as the extreme first-hand ex
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