Henry John Yeend-King
(1855 - 1924)
Henry John Yeend-King was active/lived in England, United Kingdom. Henry YeendKing is known for bucolic genre and female figure in landscape.
An English Victorian artist who spent most of his career in London,
Henry John Yeend King painted numerous bucolic scenes with young farm
women, either working at their chores or simply enjoying the serenity
of country living. King's formal education was at the
Philological School in London and then at a glass painters, O'Connor's,
for three years. Following that period, he studied painting with
William Bromley (active 1835-1888), a painter in London, and then
studied in Paris with Leon Bonnat (1833-1922) and Fernand Cormon
(1854-1924). The academic training in France was very
influential and "helped mold his fully matured style of carefully
modeled figures, plein-air technique and bold coloration."
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