Leonard Campbell Taylor was a British painter active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is know for his portraits and in particular for his interiors with figures, many of which are also portraits.
He was a war artist during WWI, and also did some illustration.
Many of his portraits and figures are beautifully refined, some with an academic naturalism, some showing the influence of Impressionism.
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I have a print of the third from last (two women). I bought it very cheaply for the wooden frame that it was in, but then didn’t have the heart to remove the print, and it hangs in a quite corner of the house
Never heard of him before. Thanks for this discovery (among others)
Unexpected little delights.
Title of the first painting is ‘Contemplation’.
Another cup of tea perhaps?
Thank you, Charley.
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