Glindoni, Henry Gillard (1852-1913)

Glindoni, Henry Gillard (1852-1913)
Glindoni, Henry Gillard (1852-1913)

British artist Henry Gillard Glindoni is predominantly known for his fine genre scenes, which are often theatrical and include figures in period costume. He was trained initially by his grandfather Francis Robert Glindon (1799-1866) and later studied at the Castle Street School of Art. His works are held in numerous public collections.


Royal Academy, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Old Water Colour Society, Society of British Artists in London, Royal Society of Artists in Birmingham.


Full member of the Royal Society of British Artists and an associate member of the Royal Watercolour Society.

Public Collections

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery, Wellcome Collection, and Valence House Museum.



Born in Kennington Lane, London.

Trained by his grandfather, Francis Robert Glindon, a scene painter.


Living with his uncle and aunt in Kentish Town, London. Working as a landscape painter.


Living in Chelsea, London, with wife Ruth and daughter, Esther.


Living in Chadwell Heath, London with his wife, daughter, mother-in-law, sister and niece.


Died in Romford, Essex.

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