Ryland, Henry (1856-1924) by Scholes, Robert

Henry Ryland (1856 Р1924) He was born at Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, and studied art at the Royal College of Art and at the Acad̩mie Julian in Paris under Constant and Lefebvre. He worked as an illustrator, although he was also a designer of stained glass and a painter in water colors. He lived in London. Reviewing his work in April, 1918, Ezra Pound saw him as an imitator of Alma-Tadema . Pound was not the only person to notice this resemblance. (NA 22.24:472)

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