(1845 - 1926)
Alfred Grey was active/lived in Ireland, Scotland. Alfred Grey is known for rural scene painting, livestock.
Biography Alfred Grey
Born in Dublin, Ireland Alfred Grey was a son of Charles Grey (1808-1892), member of the Royal Hibernian Academy
and a brother to Edwin Landseer. He was commissioned by Queen Victoria
to paint a number of her favorite views in the Scottish Highlands.
Nearly all his pictures have some form of livestock in them, usually
highland cattle. He first exhibited at the RHA in 1864 and continued
almost annually until 1924.Whyte's Auction
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