Valentine Walter Bromley

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Troilus and Cressida in Pandarus' orchard.

Valentine Walter Bromley, who was born in 1848, received his art education from his father, and at the early age of nineteen became an Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water-Colours. He frequently acted as art correspondent for the 'Illustrated London News.' He also worked much as a book-illustrator; amongst other works, Lord Dunraven's 'Great Divide' was illustrated by him. He died at Fallows Green, Harpenden, in 1877.

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