Henry Walton (English painter)

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Henry Walton
Born Henry Walton
1746
Dickleburgh, Norfolk county, England, United Kingdom[1]
Died 1813
London, England, United Kingdom[1]
Nationality British
Known for Painting
Lady Grant, Wife of Sir James Grant by Henry Walton, Yale Center for British Art, 1775

Henry Walton (1746–1813) was an English painter and art dealer.

Little is known of Walton's early life. In 1770, he began studying art at the St. Martin's Lane Academy, in London. Walton primarily worked as a portraitist, painting in oil and producing miniatures. Later he painted some genre works. Records show he later worked as a picture dealer and adviser to some major private collectors.[2]

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  1. ^ a b "ULAN ID 500010151". 
  2. ^ "Henry Walton Brief Bio". National Portrait Gallery. Retrieved 2013-05-24. 

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