Richard Willies Maddox (fl. 1873-1904)

Richard Willies Maddox (fl 1873-1904). Maddox was a London based artist. He was a painter in oils and watercolour and painted country scenes, historical subjects and still life. He exhibited thirteen paintings at the Royal Academy between 1888-1904, including Some Winter Birds, Medea and Dolce fa Niente. He also exhibited four watercolours at Suffolk Street.
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