Frederick James Shields
(1833 - 1911)
Frederick James Shields was active/lived in United Kingdom. Frederick Shields is known for figure, allegorical paintings.
Biography Frederick James Shields
Shields was a Manchester painter, watercolourist and decorator whose
artistic career was determined when he saw the works of the
Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood at the Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition of
1857. He later became a close friend of both Rossetti and Ford Madox
Brown. His two most substantial commissions were windows and mural
decorations for the chapel at Eaton Hall, Cheshire, seat of the Duke of
Westminster, and the Chapel of the Ascension, Bayswater Road, London.
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