Arthur Jocelyn Mayne, Landscape Painter

(b. about 1837, d. 1893)

Landscape Painter

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Born about 1837, he became a pupil in the Royal Dublin Society's School in 1847, and was afterwards a student in the Royal Hibernian Academy where he won a bronze medal in 1861. He followed his profession as a landscape painter in Dublin, and also taught drawing at Clongowes College and at other institutions. He was an exhibitor in the Royal Hibernian Academy from 1859; was elected an Associate on 22nd November, 1870, and a Member on 25th January, 1873. He died of cancer, at the Hospice for the Dying, Harold's Cross, on 11th October, 1893, aged 56, and was buried on the 14th in Glasnevin Cemetery.

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