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Frederick William Hulme Art

British, 1816-1884

Frederick William Hulme was born on 22nd October, 1816 in Swinton, Yorkshire. He was initially taught by his mother, who was a painter on porcelain, and by 1841 he had exhibited his first landscapes at the Birmingham Academy. Hulme moved to London in 1844, where he became an illustrator and engraver. However, he soon was tired of this, and began painting landscapes again. By 1852, he was living in Hereford Square, and he began exhibiting his work at the Royal Academy and the British Institute. Hulme’s paintings were mostly idyllic Welsh or Surrey views with animals, particularly sheep, and occasional rustic figures. His style is clean and fresh, and his tranquil pastoral scenes fulfilled the Victorian ideal. By 1869, Hulme was living at 8 St. Alban's Road in Kensington, from where he continued to exhibit at the Academy until 1884. Hulme lived in London until he died on 14th November, 1884.

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Fishermen in a Rocky River Landscape - British Victorian art oil painting
By Frederick William Hulme
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This charming Victorian landscape is by much exhibited British artist Frederick William Hulme. The painting is of two fishermen on large rocks by the edge of a river. They are stood ...
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19th Century landscape oil painting of figures in a Surrey lane
By Frederick William Hulme
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Frederick William Hulme British, (1816-1884) A Lane in Ockham, Surrey Oil on canvas, signed & dated 1854 Image size: 18.75 inches x 33.25 inches Size including frame: 25 inches x 4...
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19th Century Victorian Frederick William Hulme Art

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19th Century pair of landscape oil paintings of figures in a lane
By Frederick William Hulme
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Frederick William Hulme British, (1816-1884) A Shady Glade & The Road to the Farm Oil on board, pair, both signed & dated 1870 Image size: 13.75 inches x 11.75 inches Size includin...
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