William Lindsay Windus Online William Lindsay Windus British Painter, 18221907 Guide to pictures of works by William Lindsay Windus in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/windus_william_lindsay.html
Artnet.com: Resource Library: Windus, William Lindsay Windus, William Lindsay (b Liverpool, 8 July 1822; d London, 9 Oct 1907). English painter. He trained in Liverpool, chiefly under a local portrait painter, William Daniels http://www.artnet.com/library/09/0918/T091834.asp
The Art - Victorian Painters - Art Compendium WARD James; WATERHOUSE John William; WATTS George Frederick; WEBB James; WHISTLER James Abbot McNeill; WILLIAMSON Daniel Alexander; WINDUS William Lindsay http://theart.com/en/victorian_painters.html
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William Windus Brief notes on William Windus, with the text by Shakespeare that inspired his picture The Flight of Henry VI from Towton , which is shown. http://www.english.emory.edu/classes/Shakespeare_Illustrated/Windus.html
Extractions: Windus worked in Liverpool, where he was elected a member of the Liverpool Academy in 1848. In 1850 he saw a painting by Millais at the Royal Academy in London and joined the cause of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. His first important work was Burd Helen, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1856. The harsh criticism of John Ruskin so discouraged Windus that he stopped painting in 1859 and no longer exhibited his work. The Flight of Henry VI from Towton (1860s)
Art Guide Windus, William Lindsay Details on the artist Windus, William Lindsay On View. Some museums where works by this artist are on view selected by Art Guide's editors and readers. http://www.artguide.org/artists.php?id=360583A
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Extractions: The painter William Windus was born in Liverpool. His interest in art started when aged 16, when a local portrait painter, William Daniels, came to paint his stepfather. The young Windus attempted a portrait also, and his talent impressed Daniels, who took him on for drawing lessons. He then went to the Antique School of the Liverpool Academy Schools, and then took life classes under Herbert of Liverpool. A visit to London in 1850 allowed him to see Pre-Raphaelite pictures, and he was converted to the genre, though Rossetti thought that 'Windus has no business to turn Pre-Raphaelite; he paints too well to need any change'. The result of Windus' conversion was his picture Burd Helen , which was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1856. Rossetti spotted it, Ruskin approved of it, and Windus had made a reputation. Windus painted several other Pre-Raphaelite pictures, most notably Too Late (1859), his only other picture exhibited at the Royal Academy, The Outlaw , and the geological The Stray Lamb . Other work included portraits, and Shakespearean subjects. The death of his wife in 1862 left Windus with a baby daughter to bring up, and being of some independent means, he felt able to more or less abandon art. He went to live first near Preston, and then in 1879, burned his studies and sketches and moved to London.
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A Bibliography For Trollope's Singletons Windus, William Lindsay, 'Too Late' (signed and dated 1858), an oil painting of a young girl ill with tuberculosis; see Christopher Wood, Victorian Panorama Paintings of http://www.jimandellen.org/trollope/general.biblio.html
Extractions: Marcus Stone, "Monkhams", He Knew He Was Right In General Aitken, David. '"A Kind of Felicity": Some Notes About Trollope's Style', Nineteenth-Century Fiction , 20 (1966), pp. 337-54. Alexander, D. M. "Trollope's Cosmospolitanism," Trollopian Anderonson, Amanda. "Trollope's Modernity," ELH apRoberts, Ruth. The Moral Trollope . Athen, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1971. Archibald, Diana. Domesticity, Imperialism, and Emigration in the Victorian Novel . Univ of Missouri Pr, 2002. The book analyzes relationship between imperialism and domesticity, as it emerges in the images in Victorian novels of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. Main authors discussed include Gaskell, Trollope, Butler, Dickens, Reade, and Thackeray. Biggs, Asa. "Trollope and Baghehot," Victorian People . New York: Harper and Row, 1955. Blaisdell, Bob, compiler. The Wit and Wisdom of Anthony Trollope. . Yorkshire: Blackthorn, 2003. While this is not a critical or historical book, Blaisdell does take his passages from all of Trollope's fiction, and he accompanies his selections with appropriate and tasteful illustrations by Millais and other Victorian and original illustrators of Trollope's novels. Banks, J. A. 'The Way They Lived Then: Anthony Trollope and the 1870s'
Other Great Artists Florent Williams, John Haynes Willis, R.W.S., Henry Brittan Wills, William Gorman Wilms, Joseph Peter Wilson, Benjamin Wilson, John Jock Wilson, Richard Windus, William Lindsay http://www.isabel.com/gallery/reproduction/artist.html
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Extractions: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (January 2009) William Lindsay Windus (1822 – 1907) was a British artist, part of a group of Liverpool painters who were influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite style. He was born in Liverpool England and studied at the Liverpool Academy . On a visit to London in 1850 he became converted to the Pre-Raphaelite style. He exhibited his new style of painting with the work Burd Helen at the Royal Academy , London in 1856. The picture caught the eye of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and John Ruskin which helped establish Windus as a respected artist. His first painting was oil on canvas titled Black Boy Persondata NAME Windus, William Lindsay ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION British artist DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH Liverpool England DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH This biographical article about a painter from the United Kingdom is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it v d e Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Lindsay_Windus
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Windus is last name of English origin. It is a variant of the last name Winders The name is a metonymic occupational name for a textile worker or weaver , derived from the Middle English wyndhows ("winding house"). a b Windus Name Meaning and Origin Retrieved on 2008-01-21 Winders Name Meaning and Origin Retrieved on 2008-01-21 This page or section lists people with the surname Windus . If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name (s) to the link. Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windus Categories Surnames Hidden categories: All set index articles Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views Actions Search Navigation Interaction Toolbox Print/export Create a book Download as PDF Printable version This page was last modified on 29 November 2009 at 04:24.
Artnet.com: Resource Library: Pre-Raphaelitism Windus, William Lindsay; art forms drawings Drawing, IV, 6 19th century. frames Frame, I, 2 Stylistic overview; Frame, IV, 10 Britain PreRaphaelite and Aesthetic Movement http://www.artnet.com/library/06/0694/T069496.ASP