John Charles Dollman
British, 1851 - 1934
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Historical genre painter. Dollman was born in Hove and studied at South Kensington and the Royal Academy schools before establishing his studio in Bedford Park, London. He exhibited at the Royal Academy between the years 1870 – 1912, and was elected RWS (Member of the Royal Watercolour Society) in 1913. Painting titles include 'Table d'hote at a Dogs' Home', 'London cab stand' (1888), 'The Ravager', 'Your Humble Servant', 'Saint Anthony', 'Kismet', 'Famine', 'During the Time of the Sermonses' (1896), 'The Borrowed Plume', 'Pro Bono Publico'.
Where to view paintings by Dollman
'Famine' is at the Salford Museum and Art Gallery.
'During the Time of the Sermonses' is at the Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston.
'The Ravager' is owned by the Trustees of the Royal Watercolour Society, London, UK.
'London cab stand' is at the Museum of London, UK.
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