Walter Dendy Sadler
(1854 - 1923)
Walter Dendy Sadler was active/lived in United States, United Kingdom, England. Walter Sadler is known for aristocratic figure and genre painting and etching.
Walter Dendy Sadler was born in Dorking, Surrey. At the age of sixteen
he enrolled in Heatherly's School of Art in London. He exhibited at The
Dudley Gallery from 1872 and at The Royal Academy, 35 works between 1872
He specialized in genre scenes, mainly interior scenes from
Victorian daily life. He was fond of depicting the mores of
nineteenth-century life, these episodes placed in Inns, home interiors,
legal offices, etc. Many of his works were engraved.
His paintings can
be seen in The Tate Gallery, London and the Art Galleries of Liverpool,
Manchester and Cardiff.
Walter Dendy Sadler was born in 1854 in Dorking, England. He exhibited
in London from 1872 at the Royal Academy and the Society of British
Artists on Suffolk Street. He was also a member of the Royal Institute
of Oil Painters.
He has always been admired for the realism and
attention to detail that is apparent in his works. Many of Sadler's
paintings have been reproduced by later artists.