John Lord, Painter

(fl. 1851-1872)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Appears to have been a native of Dublin, and was trained in the Royal Dublin Society's Schools, where he obtained prizes in 1851 and 1852. Soon after he went to England, and in 1857 became employed at the Newcastle School of Art, where he remained until about 1863. He was afterwards working in Liverpool. He died whilst on a visit to Dublin, on the 11th March, 1872, at 20 St. Bridget's Avenue, aged 37, and was buried at Mount Jerome. Two enamels by him were in the Royal Dublin Society's Exhibition in 1861.

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