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Hardy, Heywood, England 1842 to 1933 Oil Paintings
Heywood Hardy was born in Chichester, England. He was instructed in the Beaux-Arts School in Paris. He showed his paintings at the Royal Academy, British Institution, Society of British Artists, Old Watercolor Society, and the Royal Institute of Portrait Painters. Furthermore delineated for magazines, for example, 'The Graphic' and 'Represented London News.' Hardy turned out to be most famous for his representations, sporting pictures, and creature paintings. He was a companion of John Singer Sargent and James MacNeill Whistler. He imparted to that circle thought that changed the exacting naturalism that had recently been the dominant Victorian painting style.
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