Henry Jones Thaddeus

1859-1929 Ireland-Cork/Realism Plein-air

 

Brief Biography-Henry Jones Thaddeus was born in Cork in 1859. He first studied at the School of Art in Cork and later at the Académie Julian Paris. He spent time in Florence studying old masters and became successful at portraiture, working out of his London studio. Thaddeus travelled extensively and took up Oriental painting in Algeria, Morocco and Egypt and was a full member of the RHA in 1901. He lived with his family in California until 1917, when he retired to the Isle of Wight. His most noted paintings are "An Irish Eviction" and "The Wounded Soldier".

 

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An Irish Eviction

An Irish Eviction

Market Day

Market day Finistere

The Poacher

The Wounded Poacher

Kasbah

The Kasbah Gate Tangier

Pierre de Brazza

Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza

R Percy French

Robert Percy French of Monivea

On the Beach

On the Beach

Young Breton

Young Breton Fisher Boy

T Macgeagh

Thomas E Foster Macgeagh

A Breton Interior

A Breton Interior

Pope Pius

Pope Pius The Tenth