(1848 - 1919)
Thomas Millie Dow was active/lived in Scotland, England. Thomas Dow is known for floral studies, landscape and portrait painting, allegory.
Biography Thomas Dow
Thomas Millie Dow (28 October 1848 - 3 July 1919) was a Scottish artist and a member of the Glasgow Boys*, an aesthetic and marketing affiliation of artists. He was a member of The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour and the New English Art Club.
Dow was born 28 October 1848 at Dysart, Fife. He was educated for the law and was expected to follow his father and brother into the family law firm in Kirkcaldy. Deciding against a career in law, Dow went to Paris in 1877 and enrolled for classes at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts* under Jean-Léon Gérôme. Later, in 1879 he registered with the ateliers* of Rudolphe Julien and Carolus Duran.
Of his earlier instruction in painting and drawing little is know
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