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Henry Wyndham Phillips (1820 – 8 December 1868) was a British artist and portrait painter. Although he produced and exhibited a small number of paintings of scriptural subjects early on in his career, he spent most of his life working as a portrait artist. He was born in London, the younger son of the portraitist Thomas Phillips, from whom he received most of his art tuition. When his father died in 1845, he bequeathed Henry all of his painting materials and the use of his painting rooms at 8, George Street, Hanover Square in central London, where Henry is believed to have lived for the rest of his life.

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  • Henry Wyndham Phillips (1820 – 8 December 1868) was a British artist and portrait painter. Although he produced and exhibited a small number of paintings of scriptural subjects early on in his career, he spent most of his life working as a portrait artist. He was born in London, the younger son of the portraitist Thomas Phillips, from whom he received most of his art tuition. When his father died in 1845, he bequeathed Henry all of his painting materials and the use of his painting rooms at 8, George Street, Hanover Square in central London, where Henry is believed to have lived for the rest of his life. He was a very popular and sought-after portrait artist. His commissions included the portraits of actor Charles Kean (as Louis XI) for the Garrick Club, Dr William Prout for the Royal College of Physicians, and Robert Stephenson for the Institution of Civil Engineers. Some of his works, including his portrait of the famous archaeologist, Austen Layard, were popular engravings. His works were exhibited at the Royal Academy and the British Institute from 1838 until his death in 1868. Phillips was a close friend of George Frederic Watts, with whom he was a founding member of London's Cosmopolitan Club (est. 1852), where he was also honorary secretary. He served as secretary of the Artists' General Benevolent Institution for thirteen years. He was also a captain in the Artists Rifles Volunteer Force, which he established in 1860 at his art studio along with fellow founding commander Frederic Leighton. He married the poet Susan K. Phillips (née Holdsworth) in 1856. He died suddenly on 8 December 1868, in Sydenham, Kent, and was buried at West Norwood Cemetery. (en)
  • ヘンリー・ウィンダム・フィリップス(Henry Wyndham Phillips、1820年 – 1868年12月8日)は、イギリスの肖像画家。 肖像画家の父 (Thomas Phillips) の次男としてロンドンに生まれ、父の下で修行し、1845年に父が死去した際には遺された画材と画室を相続した。ヘンリーは、数は少ないが聖書からの主題を描いた作品も描き、公開していた。13年間にわたって、 (Artists' General Benevolent Institution) の事務担当を務めた。1860年に創設された (Artists Rifles) は、ロンドンのフィリップスのアトリエで結成され、フィリップスはフレデリック・レイトンとともに、その最初の指揮官となった。 フィリップスはジョージ・フレデリック・ワッツの親友であり、ともに1852年に創設された (Cosmopolitan Club) の創設メンバーとなった。 フィリップスの代表的な作品には、 (Garrick Club) のために描かれたルイ11世に扮した (Charles Kean) の肖像や、 (Royal College of Physicians) のために描かれたウィリアム・プラウト (William Prout) の肖像、イギリス土木学会のために描かれたロバート・スチーブンソンの肖像などがある。また、1838年から1868年にかけて、王立美術院に76点、に13点を出品するなどして、作品を公開した。フィリップスが描いた肖像画は、印刷物に用いるため、メゾチントなどの版画に写されることもあった。 1856年、フィリップスは詩人 (Susan K. Phillips)(旧姓:ホールズワース (Holdsworth))と結婚した。フィリップスは1868年12月8日に (Sydenham) のハロー・クーム (Hollow Combe) の自宅で急死した。遺骸は、 (West Norwood Cemetery) に埋葬されたが、その墓標は後に破壊されて失われた。 (ja)
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  • Henry Wyndham Phillips (1820 – 8 December 1868) was a British artist and portrait painter. Although he produced and exhibited a small number of paintings of scriptural subjects early on in his career, he spent most of his life working as a portrait artist. He was born in London, the younger son of the portraitist Thomas Phillips, from whom he received most of his art tuition. When his father died in 1845, he bequeathed Henry all of his painting materials and the use of his painting rooms at 8, George Street, Hanover Square in central London, where Henry is believed to have lived for the rest of his life. (en)
  • ヘンリー・ウィンダム・フィリップス(Henry Wyndham Phillips、1820年 – 1868年12月8日)は、イギリスの肖像画家。 肖像画家の父 (Thomas Phillips) の次男としてロンドンに生まれ、父の下で修行し、1845年に父が死去した際には遺された画材と画室を相続した。ヘンリーは、数は少ないが聖書からの主題を描いた作品も描き、公開していた。13年間にわたって、 (Artists' General Benevolent Institution) の事務担当を務めた。1860年に創設された (Artists Rifles) は、ロンドンのフィリップスのアトリエで結成され、フィリップスはフレデリック・レイトンとともに、その最初の指揮官となった。 フィリップスはジョージ・フレデリック・ワッツの親友であり、ともに1852年に創設された (Cosmopolitan Club) の創設メンバーとなった。 1856年、フィリップスは詩人 (Susan K. Phillips)(旧姓:ホールズワース (Holdsworth))と結婚した。フィリップスは1868年12月8日に (Sydenham) のハロー・クーム (Hollow Combe) の自宅で急死した。遺骸は、 (West Norwood Cemetery) に埋葬されたが、その墓標は後に破壊されて失われた。 (ja)
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