Alfred A. Glendening
Arthur Glendening rose to become one of the finest Victorian landscape painters with a highly individual style. His subjects were often views of the Thames and the mountainous landscapes of Scotland and Wales.
He exhibited 130 works including 41 at the Royal Academy from 1865 to 1903. His son and pupil was Alfred Glendening Jnr 1861 – 1907. Works represented: Adelaide; Sydney; Tate Gallery and other museums.Bibl: Victorian Painters – Christopher Wood. Benezi