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                     John Edward Goodall  (1853-1929)

                                                          

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John Edward Goodall was the son of Alfred Goodall and Mary Palmer.  Alfred was a brother to Edward A. and Frederick Goodall.   His artwork covered the period between 1877 and 1911.  In the 1891 census he is shown as being married to Grace W. who is manager of the Sommerville Club, London.  In 1901 he is not shown as living with Grace but rather a woman named Annie.  John associated with a bohemian art circle and tended to change his address frequently.  He was not the prolific artist like his uncles and a lot of his life is still unknown.

 

 

Portrait of a man.

 This picture is presently for sale at a very reasonable price.  For inquiries please contact Mr. Bill Nadel, email  bill@sulisfineart.com  or phone 01225 723888

 


 

A cutting garden

A red head

Sunday Morning Richmond Surrey

Image courtesy of Nigel Hayes

 

Sunday. 

 Image courtesy of Michael Grant

Saying Grace 1879

 

The Battle of the Nile

Lady Outside a Cottage

The Duck and Peas is off.

The Battle of Algiers, 1816

The Little Gleaner

Image courtesy of Ricardo Kuri

Young Girl

 

Image donated by Mrs. D. Hughes

 

Seated Nude

 

James Anthony Froude circa 1890

Courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery

 

  A series of book illustrations  by John Edward Goodall  
   
     
     

Polishing the brass

 

Thatch cottage

Young girl and dog.