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View of Gatehouse of Fleet by Robert George Kelly

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View of Gatehouse of Fleet

Artist: Robert George Kelly
Title: View of Gatehouse of Fleet
Date: 1852
Medium: Oil
Description:


Gallery: Stewartry Museum, Kirkcudbright
Location: Gatehouse of Fleet


All Art Works by this Artist

View of Gatehouse of Fleet

View of Sandhead

On the River, Wigtownshrie

About the Artist

Artist: Robert George Kelly
Date of Birth: 1822
Date of Death: 1910
Place of Death: Chester
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
at 1851 census living with parents, Stoneykirk Road, Stranraer


Education:
Educated at a private school in Stranraer. Art studies at Royal Dublin Society and Royal Hibernian Academy.


Professional Bodies:


Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; British Institution, Royal Hibernian Academy


Mentors:


Associates:


Bibliography:
A Dictionary of Irish Artists, W G Strickland, Shannon, 1969.


Notes:

Father of RGT Kelly, grandfather of RB Talbot-Kelly and great grandfather of Chloe Talbot Kelly.  Exhibited a Kirkcudbright Landscape at the RA from an address in London.

His View of Gatehouse is in the Stewartry Museum and his View of Sandhead in the Stranraer Museum

"In his early years he painted much in Scotland, chiefly in Galloway and did a number of portraits of Lord Galloway and his family as well as of other local personages" W G Strickland (see bibliography). Married Mary daughter of Peter Walker of Stranraer.

His best known work  A Tear and a Prayer for Erin, depicting an eviction during the Irish famine was criticised in the House of Commons.

Kelly married Mary Walker, third daughter of Peter Walker, 12/4/1853 in Stranraer and shortly after moved to Manchester,then Kent, before settling in Birkenhead.