Guinea Pigs in Historical Art Museum

Edward Killingworth Johnson

Edward Killingworth Johnson

(1825-1896)

Edward Killingworth Johnson (1825-1896) was a Victorian wood engraver, illustrator, watercolourist and painter in oils, specialising in rural genre scenes. He gained much success during the 1860s as a regular contributor to The Illustrated London News and latterly The Graphic. He exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Society of Painters in Water Colours and throughout his life received much recognition in both his native England and in America with works such as Tuning Up and The Rival Florists.

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