Valentine Walter Bromley
British, 1848 - 1877
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London historical painter and watercolourist. His wife, Alice Louisa Maria Atkinson, was a landscape painter, and also his father, William Bromley III. Exhibited at the Society of British Artists and New Watercolour Society, also at the Royal Academy between 1872-77. Titles at the RA included 'The False Knight', 'Queen Mab'. He worked as an art correspondent of the Illustrated London News, and was also a prolific book illustrator. In 1875 he travelled in North America with Lord Dunraven, illustrating his The Great Divide. Died suddenly aged only 30.
Biographical source: 'The Dictionary of Victorian Painters', Christopher Wood.
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