Isaac Henzell (1823-1876)

Isaac Henzell  (1823-C.1876). A British 19th century artist active in London. Henzell painted portraits, genre scenes and landscapes with figures. He was a member of the Society of British Artists and exhibited at the Royal Academy in London, the British Institute and Suffolk Street Gallery from 1854 to 1875. Works by him are in  Reading, Sheffield and York art galleries. He is known to have collaborated with Henry Bright. Subjects were usually rustic scenes with children and pretty girls. Henzell died in 1876 aged fifty three.