Edward Penny, R.A.

Preferred Media: Painting
Born: 1 August 1714 in Knutsford, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom
Died: 16 November 1791
Nationality: British
Category of Membership: Foundation Member
Elected R.A: 10 Dec 1768
Professor of Painting 1768-1782
 
Works of Art: 4
Books: 1
Archives: 12
Works by

Self-portrait of Edward Penny, R.A.   
Self-portrait of Edward Penny, R.A.
1759
Edward Penny
  
Works after

English Courtship   
English Courtship
1 February 1788
Edward Penny
  

The Respectful Lover   
The Respectful Lover
Edward Penny
  
Works associated with

Royal Academy Schools, silver medal...   
Royal Academy Schools, silver medal...
T. Pingo
  

A Collection Of Prints Engraved After The Most Capital Paintings In England. Published by John Boydell. Volume The First, Containing Fifty Prints. (The Second, Containing Sixty Prints.) With A Description Of Each Picture In English And French.   - London. [1769-1772]   
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AND/4/94    Extract from a contemporary critique on Johann Zoffany's 'Tribuna of the Uffizi'    [c.1870]    Item   
AND/4/46    Anderdon's biographical notes on Edward Penny    [c.1870]    Item   
RAA/GA/18    Notice to attend a General Assembly    14 Jan 1793    Item   
AND/1/37    Notes by Anderdon    [c.1870]    Item   
AND/1/15    Copied extract from the Gentleman's Magazine    1769    Item   
SA/36/48/1    Joseph Wilton, Edward Penny, Richard Wilson, Benjamin West, William Chambers, G. M. Moser, Paul Sandby, F. M. Newton, to Joshua Kirby    10 Nov 1768    Item   
SA/34/22    Joseph Wilton, Edward Penny, Richard Wilson, G. M. Moser, Benjamin West, Paul Sandby, William Chambers, F. M. Newton, to Joshua Kirby    10 Nov 1768    Item   
SA/31/36    Bill for travel expenses    15 Oct [1767]    Item   
SA/28/3    List of Fellows who had omitted to exhibit for two successive exhibitions (1767, 1768)    Jun 1768    Item   
SA/23/9    Agreement for use of exhibition room    15 Mar 1768    Item   
SA/18/1    Joseph Wilton, Edward Penny, Richard Wilson, Benjamin West, William Chambers, G. M. Moser, Paul Sandby, F. M. Newton, to Joshua Kirby    10 Nov 1768    piece   
SA    Incorporated Society of Artists of Great Britain, papers    1759-1807    Fonds