Frederick Walker, A.R.A.

Preferred Media: Painting and illustration
Born: 26 May 1840 in London, England, United Kingdom
Died: 4 June 1875
Nationality: British
Royal Academy student from: 31 March 1858 to:
Elected A.R.A: 26 Jan 1871
 
Works of Art: 13
Books: 5
Archives: 2
Works by

The Bit o' Garden   
The Bit o' Garden
Frederick Walker
  

Rain   
Rain
Frederick Walker
  

The Seasons: 4. Winter Days   
The Seasons: 4. Winter Days
Frederick Walker
  

The Seasons: 3. Autumn Days   
The Seasons: 3. Autumn Days
Frederick Walker
  

The Seasons: 2. Summer Days   
The Seasons: 2. Summer Days
Frederick Walker
  

Broken Victuals   
Broken Victuals
Frederick Walker
  
 

The Seasons: 1. Spring Days   
The Seasons: 1. Spring Days
Frederick Walker
  

Study of a woman seated...   
Study of a woman seated...
Frederick Walker
  
Works after

Self portrait   
Self portrait
Frederick Walker
  
Works associated with

Frederick Walker ARA   
Frederick Walker ARA
ca. 1850-1880
John Watkins
  

A little girl seated   
A little girl seated
Frederick Walker
  

Study of four figures bearing...   
Study of four figures bearing...
Frederick Walker
  

Frederick Walker A.R.A. (1840-1875)   
Frederick Walker A.R.A. (1840-1875)
ca.1860s
David Wilkie Wynfield
  

Phillips, Claude   Frederick Walker and his works / by Claude Phillips - London; New York 1894   
08/2630   
Finberg, A. J., (Alexander Joseph)   The English water colour painters - London ; New York [1906]   
14/1326   
British painters of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : with eighty examples of their work engraved on wood.   - London [n.d.]   
08/2633   
Wayside posies : original poems of the country life / edited by Robert Buchanan; pictures by G. J. Pinwell, J. W. North, and Frederick Walker; engraved by the brothers Dalziel.   - London: 1867.   
10/4832   
A round of days described in original poems by some of our most celebrated poets, and in pictures by eminent artists engraved by the brothers Dalziel.   - London: 1866.   
07/4218   
RI/2/1    Inglis Richmond, 8 Sheffield Gardens, Campden Hill, to W.B. Richmond    20 Jan 1876    Item   
RAA/SEC/4/127/1    Stanley Spencer, "Lindworth", Cookham on Thames, to Lamb    [1933]    Item