Samuel Edmund Waller (1850-1903) English painter of landscapes and genre paintings. Born at the Spa, Gloucester, his father, was an architect. He was educated at Cheltenham College with a view to the army, but showing artistic inclinations was sent to the Gloucester School of Art, and later went through a course of architectural studies in his father’s office. This training proved of service to him, for many of his pictures have architectural backgrounds. At eighteen he entered the Royal Academy Schools, and three years later (1871) he exhibited his first pictures at Burlington House entitled A Winter’s Tale and The Illustrious Stranger.
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