Francis Sydney Muschamp
(1851 - 1929)
Francis Sydney Muschamp was active/lived in United Kingdom. Francis Muschamp is known for figure, genre, landscape painting.
In 1851 Francis Sydney Muschamp was born in Hull and eventually moved to London. From
1870-1903 his works were exhibited in many renowned salons, such as the
Royal Academy in London, the Royal Society of Artists in Birmingham or
at Manchester City Gallery.
Muschamp was strongly influenced by
Neo-Classicism and especially by the artists Frederic Leighton and
Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Fascinated by the past and literature
(particularly Shakespearean), many of his works display Classical and
Baroque motives as well as literary inspired topics, e.g. The Merchant
of Venice or Ivanhoe. (nlu)