(1804 - 1842)
Edward Thomas (Reverend) Daniell was active/lived in England, Turkey. Edward Daniell is known for landscape painting and etching.
Biography Edward Daniell
Edward Thomas Daniell (5 June 1804 - 24 September 1842) was an English landscape painter and etcher. He grew up in Norfolk and was ordained as a priest. He is best known for his drawings made on an expedition to Lycia, in the course of which he died.
Daniell was born in London of a Norfolk family, and brought up in Norwich. He was taught drawing at the Norwich Grammar School by John Crome, whose influence is apparent in his early etchings, but he soon came under the influence of J.M.W. Turner. In 1823, Daniell went up to Balliol College, Oxford. While at Oxford he became the friend of John Linnell, from whom he received some lessons in oil painting. He graduated from Oxford in 1828. The next year he travelled on the continent a
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