Henry Walton (English painter)
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Henry Walton (1746–1813) was an English painter and art dealer.
Little is known of Walton's early life. In 1770, he began studying art at the St. Martin's Lane Academy, in London. Walton primarily worked as a portraitist, painting in oil and producing miniatures. Later he painted some genre works. Records show he later worked as a picture dealer and adviser to some major private collectors.
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- A Girl Buying a Ballad exhibited 1778 from Tate Collection
- 27 paintings by or after Henry Walton at the Art UK site
- Rendell, Mike (May 17, 2013). "An artist I had never heard of: Henry Walton,1746 – 1813".
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