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William Clarke Wontner

William Clarke Wontner(17 January 1857 Stockwell, Surrey – 23 September 1930 Worcester) was a English portrait painter, neo-classical artist during the neo-classical movement of England, of which Lawrence Alma-Tadema was the foremost leader. Wontner added Orientalist elements into his paintings because he loved to paint seductive women often against white marble walls in classical oriental settings. Wontner was born in Stockwell, Surrey, the son of noted architect, designer and renderer  [ Read More ]

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