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 Edmund Gilling (Lt. Col) Hallewell  (1822 - 1869)

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Lived/Active: Ontario / England/Canada      Known for: watercolor sketches-Bermuda

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"Edmund Gilling Hallewell (1822 – 1869), who was well known as ‘Lieut: & Adjt XX Regt.,’ was commissioned in 1839, in the 20th or East Devons. This battalion was part of the Bermuda garrison between 1846-47.

Hallewell was an unsuccessful candidate for the New Society of Painters in Watercolours in 1850, by which time he was a captain in the 20th Regiment. He gained his majority in 1854, transferred to the 28th or North Gloucestershire and served in the Crimea as Deputy Acting Quartermaster General of the Light Division at Alma, Inkerman and Sebastopol. Promoted took place to colonel in 1860 and he retired from active service in1864. In 1869, the year of his early death, he was Commandant of Sandhurst. He lived at Stroud in England, and between 1850 and 1853 exhibited landscapes in the Royal Academy, British Institution and at the Society of British Artists."

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