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F T Underhill
Dates: British, active late 1800s
Biographical Account:

Little is known about F T Underhill except that he was from London and that he was listed as a copyist for the Guild of St George. He carried out the Guild's commissions for watercolour copies of works by JMW Turner in the 1890s, after the period of John Ruskin's involvement. Underhill’s name does appear in Ruskin’s own notes though, which suggests that he may have been one of the artists Ruskin taught by letter or infrequent personal visits.

 

It is also possible that ‘F T Underhill’ is Frederick Thomas Underhill (1840-1913), a London-based artist who exhibited at paintings at the Royal Academy. The style of the works though is completely different.

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