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Ansdell, Richard, England 1815 to 1885 Oil Paintings
Richard Ansdell was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, in 1815 and passed on in 1885. He was an English painter and etcher whose topic was principally of creatures and classification scenes utilizing oil paint as his primary medium. Ansdell learned at the Bluecoat School for Orphans. Since the beginning, he sought after his normal ability in craftsmanship. In the wake of graduating, he functioned as a representation painter. At age 20, his conventional craftsmanship profession was on the ascent when he began showing in places like the Liverpool Academy, the Royal Academy, and the British Institution. In 1841 he wedded and had 11 youngsters and moved to London. At 70 years old, he passed on.
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