Friday, March 22, 2013

John Faed

John Faed (1819-1902) was the eldest of the Faed brothers. Two of his brothers (James and Thomas) also became prominent painters.

 Annie's Tryste (1864)

 Auld Mare Maggie (1870)

 Highland Interior with Figures

 Posthumus and Imogen (ca. 1865)
[a scene from Shakespeare's Cymbeline]

 Expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden (ca. 1880)

 Queen Margaret's Defiance of the Scottish Parliament (1859)

 The Artist's Wife, Jane MacDonald (1890)

 Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (1851)

 The Cruel Sister (1851)
[scene from a popular ballad]  [another version]

 The Little Seamstress

 The Expectant Wee Things (engraving by William Miller)

 The Merlin (1888)

 The Parting of Evangeline and Gabriel (1870)
[a scene from Longfellow's epic poem Evangeline]

 The Statute Fair (1871)

 The Warning Before Flodden (1874)

Catherine Seyton and Roland Graeme, from Sir Walter Scott's 'The Abbot' (1863)

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