(1838 - 1912)
Walter Goodman was active/lived in United States, United Kingdom. Walter Goodman is known for portrait, illustration.
Artist, Walter Goodman, was born in London, England, (May 11, 1838), in 1857 he was accepted to the Royal Academy and also received instruction under J. M. Leigh. In 1864 he accompanied Senor Joaquin Cuadras, a Spanish artist, to the West Indies, living there for five years, most of the time in Cuba. While there he painted and wrote for the New York press. He also contributed to the local press, including a series of humorous sketches entitled "Un Viaje al Estranjero." He was arrested and imprisoned on suspicion of being connected with the Cuban revolution of 1869, and left the island.
After a year in the United States, he returned to England, where he devoted himself to portrait painting. Mr. Goodman has painted portraits of Sir Th ... Displaying 750 of 1848 characters.