CHARLES HOLROYD (English / 1861-1917)

Sir Charles Holroyd RE was born in Leeds. He began his career as a painter, exhibiting at the Royal Academy, but soon turned to etching, under the influence of Alphonse Legros, who taught him at the Slade. After travelling in Italy, he returned to assist Legros. Holroyd was appointed first Keeper of the Tate in 1897 and Director of the National Gallery in 1906. He was knighted in 1903.

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Selected prints by CHARLES HOLROYD

Arcadian scene, 1906

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