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Irish artist in Victorian London. Published 2001 by Four Courts Press in Dublin, Ireland, Portland, OR. Written in English. Daniel Maclise (1806-1870). Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-314) and index.
Daniel Maclise, 1806-1870. Exhibition Catalogue. London: The Arts Council, 1972. Woodbridge: Atnique Collectors' Club, 1978; revised e. 1996. Daniel Maclise: Irish Artist in Victorian London. The Dictionary of Nineteenth Century British Book Illustrators. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2001.
Daniel Maclise RA (25 January 1806 – 25 April 1870) was an Irish historian painter, literary and portrait painter, and illustrator, who worked for most of his life in London, England. Maclise was born in Cork, Ireland, the son of Alexander McLish (also known as McLeish, McLish, McClisse or McLise), a tanner or shoemaker, but formerly a Scottish Highlander soldier. His education was of the plainest kind, but he was eager for culture, fond of reading, and anxious to become an artist.
In London, Maclise mixed in literary circles and became a close friend of Charles .
In London, Maclise mixed in literary circles and became a close friend of Charles Dickens and Benjamin Disraeli. His portrait sketches and paintings of famous friends and other celebrities helped make his name. At the same time he was in great demand as a book illustrator, and also developed a particular style of history painting with lively scenes, full of historical detail that were often based on literary sources like the plays of Shakespeare. He was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy in 1835 and a full Royal Academician in 1840. During the 1840s Maclise was one of the artists selected to paint frescoes in the new Houses of Parliament.
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Daniel Maclise Guide to pictures of works by Daniel Maclise in art . look inside Daniel Maclise: Irish Artist in Victorian London.
Daniel Maclise Guide to pictures of works by Daniel Maclise in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
Irish Artist in Victorian London'' by Nancy Weston, Four Courts Press 2001; ''Conquering England: Ireland in Victorian London'' 2005 by Fintan Cullen and . Foster; and ''Daniel Maclise 1806-1870: Romancing the Past'', ed. Peter Murray 2008, . 4, full page illustration . 5
Irish Artist in Victorian London'' by Nancy Weston, Four Courts Press 2001; ''Conquering England: Ireland in Victorian London'' 2005 by Fintan Cullen and . 5. An Icon of the Feminist Movement.
Nancy Weston: Daniel Maclise. An Irish artist in Victorian London. Daniel Maclise (Encyclopedia of Irish and World Art). Four Courts Press, Dublin 2001, ISBN 1-85182-574-6. Maclise, Daniel Daniel Maclise (Encyclopedia of Irish and World Art). in der Datenbank der Royal Academy of Arts, englisch, abgerufen am 23. Mai 2013.