Walter William Ouless
|Walter William Ouless|
|Born||21 Sep. 1848
|Known for||Portrait painting|
He was born in 1848 at 53 Paradise Row, New Street, Saint Helier, at the home where his father, marine artist Philip John Ouless, had established his studio in the previous year. His mother was Caroline Savage. He was educated at Victoria College and went to London in 1864, where he entered the Royal Academy schools in 1865. His earliest work was in the field of genre painting, but his compatriot Millais advised him to concentrate on portrait painting, in which field he established a successful career. In later life he turned to landscape painting.
He was a volunteer in the Artists Rifles. His daughter Catherine Ouless (1879–1961) also achieved success as an artist.
Portrait of Charles Darwin (1875)
- Edmund von Mach, The Art of Painting in the Nineteenth Century (London, 1908), p. 84.
- Frank F. Frederick, "Painting of the Nineteenth Century in England, Scotland and America", Fine Arts Journal 34:7 (1916), p. 326.
- Royal Commission for the Chicago Exhibition, Official Catalogue of the British Section, 1893.
- B. Kendell, "British Painters and Sculptors at the Paris Exhibition", The Artist (American Edition), Vol. 28, No. 247 (August 1900), p. 152.
- Dictionary of Painters of the Channel Islands, Philip Stevens, Jersey 2002, ISBN 0951816284
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- Biography (London Atelier of representational Art)
- W. W. Ouless online (ArtCyclopedia)
- W. W. Ouless on Artnet
- Portraits of Ouless (National Portrait Gallery (London)).
- Portraits by Ouless (National Portrait Gallery (London)).
- Portrait of Stephen Augustus Ralli (1882, Christie's)
- Portrait of William Henry Mason (1879, Christie's)