ALBERT GOODWIN RWS
He was the son of a builder. Under the guidance of A. Hughes and F.M.Brown he became a celebrated watercolourist being elected RWS in 1881. In 1872 he went to Italy with Ruskin and Severn. From this time he travelled widely, visiting India, Ceylon, South Seas, Egypt and many parts of Britain and Europe. He held one man shows at Leggatt Bros. in 1912, Vicars Gallery in 1925 and Birmingham Art Gallery in 1926.
He is represented at the British Mus., Ashmolean, Fitzwilliam and many other museum/art galleries throughout the United Kingdom.
He lived for much of his life in Arundel.
Initialled and dated (18)90 14 x 21in
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