Thomas Webster

1800–1886

Thomas Webster, ‘A Dame’s School’ 1845, exhibited 1845
A Dame’s School 1845, exhibited 1845
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In Tate Britain

Biography

Thomas Webster RA (March 10, 1800 – September 23, 1886), was an English painter of genre scenes of school and village life, many of which became popular through prints. He lived for many years at the artists' colony at Cranbrook in Kent.

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Artworks

Thomas Webster A Dame’s School

1845, exhibited 1845

Thomas Webster Late at School

1834, exhibited 1835

Thomas Webster A Letter from the Colonies

1852

Thomas Webster The Artist’s Father and Mother

exhibited 1844

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