Holl, Frank

Holl, Frank, artist, born in Kentish Town; was highly distinguished as an art student, and at 23 won the travelling studentship of the Academy; came into notice first as a genre-painter, exhibiting pictures of a pathetic nature, such as “Want—the Pawnbroker's Shop,” “Newgate—Committed for Trial,” “Ordered to the Front,” &c.; subsequently he won a wide celebrity as a portrait-painter, producing portraits of the Prince of Wales, Mr. Gladstone, and other distinguished personages (1845-1888).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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