WALTER GREAVES PAINTINGS FOR SALE & BIOGRAPHY

WALTER GREAVES

British, 1846-1930

BIOGRAPHY
'Walter Greaves was the brother of Henry Greaves. The son of a Chelsea boatman, he often helmed the boat on the Thames used by Whistler, whose studio he later entered as an assistant, as did his brother. After 1881, Greaves imitated Whistler, even down to his appearance. He died in poverty, taken in by the Charterhouse old men's home. Among the most colourful of his works are Races in a Regatta at Hammersmith Bridge (1832) and Chelsea in Snow.' (Benezit, Dictionary of Artists, Gründ, 2006)

Mark Murray Fine Paintings is a New York gallery specializing in buying and selling 19th century and early 20th century artwork.

WALTER GREAVES
Paintings for sale

Currently there are no available Walter Greaves paintings for sale at the Mark Murray Gallery.

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Walter Greaves Paintings Previously Sold

  WALTER GREAVES  Nocturne:  Battersea Bridge, London   Oil on canvas 26 x 21 inches (66 x 53.3 cm.)  SOLD

WALTER GREAVES
Nocturne:  Battersea Bridge, London

Oil on canvas
26 x 21 inches (66 x 53.3 cm.)
SOLD