THOMAS FRANCIS DICKSEE (1819-1895)
画家中文译名：托马斯· 弗朗西斯 · 迪克赛尔
BEATRICE -”I WONDER THAT YOU WILL STILL BE TALKING SIGNIOR BENEDICK, NOBODY MARKS YOU.” MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING ACT I SCENE I
signed with monogram and dated ’83′ (lower left) and further signed and inscribed ‘T.F. Dicksee/ 7 Russell Place/ London’ (on the artist’s label on the reverse) and with title inscribed (on an old label on the reverse)
oil on canvas
14¼ x 11¾ in. (36.2 x 29.8 cm.)
Thomas Francis Dicksee was a painter of portraits and historical genre, who studied under H.P. Briggs, the portrait painter. He exhibited at the Royal Academy between from 1841 until the year of his death, at the British Institution and the Royal Society of British Artists. Most of his subjects were Shakespearean and he also produced some historical and pure genre pictures.
His brother John Robert Dicksee was also a painter, and his children, Sir Francis Dicksee and Margaret likewise became painters.