John Richardson Glover
(1790 - 1868)
John Richardson Glover was active/lived in England, Australia. John Glover is known for painting.
Biography John Richardson Glover
Painter and farmer John Richardson Glover, also known as John Glover junior, was the eldest son of John Glover (1767-1849). He executed a number of paintings and drawings of Tasmanian subjects and his work is sometimes confused with that by his father. His brothers James, Henry and William also painted.
John and William Glover taught art in Birmingham in conjunction with Henry Curzon Allport in 1808 and William contributed paintings to his father’s 1824 exhibition in London. A pair of sketches drawn by John Glover senior and junior of Porto Praya and the island of Madeira in 1831 en route to Australia, both extensively inscribed to 'Emma’ verso with a description of the voyage, are in the Grimwade Collection, Unive
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