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Thomas Woodward



Thomas Woodward (1801-1852) was a genre painter from Worcestershire, United Kingdom, who dedicated his whole life to art. When he was only eight years old, the president of the Royal Academy, Benjamin West, noticed his talents and invited him to study at the Academy. He exhibited for the first time in 1821, and over the next three decades, he exhibited 85 works at the Academy. He was a versatile artist, painting subjects such as portraits, battle scenes, landscapes, animal paintings, and scenes of daily life. His most well-received paintings were those depicting sporting scenes, such as hunting and game, and animals. Woodward would later become one of the most influential sport painters of the early 19th century. He saw great success in his life, selling his work to royals such as Queen Victoria.

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