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Happy as the Day is Long by Thomas Faed

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Happy as the Day is Long

Artist: Thomas Faed
Title: Happy as the Day is Long
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

34 x 44 inches

Image has been supplied in arrangement with Bourne Fine Art.

 

In 1873 Thomas Faed exhibited a picture Happy as the day's long at the Royal Academy.  In 1876 Arthur Tooth published an engraving by W H Simmons of a work by Faed of the same title.  This work depicts a mother knitting at her door with a child reading.


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Gatehouse of Fleet


All Art Works by this Artist

Happy as the Day is Long

Gilnockie Tower on the River Esk

The First Break in the Family

Balkail Glen

About the Artist

Artist: Thomas Faed
Date of Birth: 1825
Date of Death: 1900
Place of Death: London
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Trustees Academy, Edinburgh


Professional Bodies:
ARA 1861, RA 1864


Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts.


Mentors:
Sir William Allan, Thomas Duncan.


Associates:
Member of the Smashers' Club. Brother of John, James, George and Susan.


Bibliography:

The Faeds, Mary McKerrow, Edinburgh, 1982.

 

Kirkcudbright: one hundred years of an artists' colony, Patrick Bourne, Atelier Books, Edinburgh, 2000.

 

Five Centuries of Scottish Painting, Atelier Books, Edinburgh, 2006.

Image of the artist, bust of Thomas Faed, Newton Stewart Museum.


Notes:

Followed his brother to Edinburgh after his father's death in 1842.  Moved to London in 1852 where he established his reputation as a painter of Scottish scenes.  His paintings, Highland Mary, 1857, A Seaside Toilet, 1867 and The Reaper, 1863 can be found in Aberdeen Art Gallery.  His A Lowland Lassie, 1873 is in the Kirkcaldy Art Gallery. John Ballantyne's Thomas Faed at his Easel in his Studio is in Aberdeen Art Gallery.

 

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