Robert Harwood, Landscape Painter

(b. 1830, d. after 1876)

Landscape Painter

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Younger brother of the foregoing James and Edward Harwood, was born in Clonmel in 1830. He lived with his brothers in Clonmel and afterwards in London at 2 Percy Street; and exhibited at the Royal Academy in various years between 1855 and 1876, as also at the British Institution, his contributions being chiefly Welsh landscapes. His only appearances in the Royal Hibernian Academy were in 1856, when he sent a "Portrait of a Lady," and in 1858, when he exhibited his "Young Anglers," a work which had been at the British Institution in 1856. He was living in 1876, but no mention of him occurs later.

[Robert Harwood. A Portrait Group in crayons of the 3rd Lord Langford and Lady Langford, signed and dated 1851, belongs to Lord Langford. (From Additions and Corrections)].

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