(1848 - 1910)
Robert Walker Macbeth was active/lived in United Kingdom, Scotland. Robert Macbeth is known for rural landscape, genre painting.
Robert Walker Macbeth (30 September 1848, Glasgow - 1 November 1910, Golders Green, London)
He was a Scottish painter, etcher and watercolorists, specializing in pastoral landscape and the rustic genre. His father was the portrait painter Norman Macbeth and his niece Ann Macbeth.
Macbeth studied in London, producing realistic everyday scenes and working for The Graphic magazine. He painted in the Lincolnshire and Somerset countryside, in works influenced by those of George Hemming Mason and Frederick Walker. His The Cast Shoe was bought by the Chantrey Bequest in 1890, and is now at Tate Britain.
From 1871 Macbeth exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, ... Displaying 750 of 2373 characters.