George Lawrence Bulleid
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His father was a local solicitor and Councillor. After working for the family firm, he started studying at the Marylebone and West London School of Art in 1881 under the instruction of George Simpson. His work focused on groups of figures arranged within an architectural structure, contemplative or melancholic individuals.
- Biography of George Lawrence Bulleid on Tutt'Art.
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- Bryan Abbot, K.F.J.L.H.; Press, Ivy (2004). Heritage Galleries and Auctioneers Silver, Art Glass, Paintings and Decorative Arts Auction #608. Ivy Press. p. 240. ISBN 978-1-932899-33-7.
- Vincent, A. (1992). Watercolours: Hildren. Victorian watercolours. Bloomsbury. ISBN 978-1-85471-021-5.
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