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Here are all the paintings of Paton, Sir Joseph Noel 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
19787 In Memoraim Paton, Sir Joseph Noel In Memoraim 1858 Oil on panel
19783 Puck and the Fairy Paton, Sir Joseph Noel Puck and the Fairy Oil on card
19786 The Bluidie Tryst Paton, Sir Joseph Noel The Bluidie Tryst 1855 Oil on canvas Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove.
19782 The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania Paton, Sir Joseph Noel The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania 1849 Oil on canvas National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.
19781 The Reconciliation of Oberon and Titania Paton, Sir Joseph Noel The Reconciliation of Oberon and Titania 1847 Oil on canvas National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.
27989 The Reconciliation of Oberon and Titania Paton, Sir Joseph Noel The Reconciliation of Oberon and Titania 1847 Oil on canvas 76.2 x 123.1cm (30 x 48 1/2in) National Gallery of Scotland Edinburgh (mk63)
19784 Under the Sea I Paton, Sir Joseph Noel Under the Sea I Oil on panel.
19785 Under the Sea II Paton, Sir Joseph Noel Under the Sea II Oil on panel

Paton, Sir Joseph Noel
English, 1824-1901 Scottish painter, illustrator, sculptor and collector. From his earliest years he drew avidly, seeking inspiration from ancient history, the Bible and from tales of romance and legend. His father was a keen antiquarian, and his habit of collecting items of historical interest and artistic merit was inherited by his son who amassed a collection, which included arms and armour, now in the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. He used items from the collection in a large number of his paintings such as 'I wonder who lived in there?' (1867; Mrs Eva No?l Findlay priv. col.), the Fairy Raid (1867; Glasgow A.G. & Mus.), In die Malo (1881) and Oskold and the Ell? Maids (1874). After three years as head designer in one of the biggest sewn-muslin factories in Paisley, Strathclyde, Paton went to London in 1842. Although he did not take a studentship at the Royal Academy Schools, it was there that he met John Everett Millais, and they became lifelong friends. He won prizes in the Westminster Hall competitions in 1845 and 1847,
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