(1810 - 1894)
Daniel Fowler was active/lived in Ontario, Quebec / Canada, England. Daniel Fowler is known for landscape, animal, genre.
Daniel Fowler, artist, farmer, journalist, and author was born into an
upper class family on February 10, 1810 in Champion Hill, Camberwell
(London), England. He spent his childhood in a part of London
named Downe, Kent, a secluded village. He showed early art
talent. At the age of eight he was sent away to school, first to
Alfred House Academy, Camberwell, where he spent two rather unhappy
years, which he described in retrospect as "a living death."
ten he transferred to Cogan's School, Walthamstow (London), where he
spent six and a half years. A fellow student, briefly, was Benjamin
Disraeli. Cogan's was a purely classical school and, to Fowler, a great
improvement over Alfred House. "My work gave me ... Displaying 750 of 18905 characters.