Macbeth, Robert Walker (1848-1910) by Scholes, Robert

Robert Walker Macbeth (1848 – 1910) He was born in Glasgow, the son of the Scottish portraitist Norman Macbeth, coming to London after studying at the Royal Scottish Academy Schools. He exhibited at the Royal Academy in London from 1871 until his death and even after, since his work is noted in a article about an exhibition of the works of “five deceased British, more-or-less machine-made artists” . He worked mainly as an illustrator and landscape painter, and a painter of rural “genre” scenes. New Age (NA 8.17:405)

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