Edwin Long, RA, aka Edwin Longsden Long
(English, 1829 - 1891)
Edwin Long was a British painter who was born in Bath in 1829 and died in 1891 of pneumonia. He was an orientalist, depicting Biblical and Middle Eastern subjects with astute accuracy, and a romanticist. In 1854, under the advice of the artist John Phillip, he travelled abroad to Spain, and later to Egypt and Syria. This inspired him to create his more lucrative paintings, such as The Babylonian Marriage Market

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Name:Edwin Long, RA
Dates:1829 - 1891
Nationality:English
Sex:Male
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Bristol City Museums and Art Gallery(England - Bristol)1 artworks
Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum(United Kingdom - Bournemouth)1 artworks
Cartwright Hall Art Gallery(England - Bradford)1 artworks
University of London(United Kingdom - London)1 artworks

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This person died over 70 years ago (in 1891).