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Louis Paul (Alexander Louis Paul)

(1855-1927), Painter

Artist of 1 portrait

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Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch, by Louis Paul (Alexander Louis Paul) - NPG 4272

Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

by Louis Paul (Alexander Louis Paul)
watercolour, 1920
NPG 4272

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Anne Burgess

10 January 2016, 11:35

Alexander Louis Paul was born on 3 December 1855 at 5 Great Kelvin Terrace, Glasgow. Re the painter. His parents were James Paul (c 1820-1883), merchant and manufacturer, and Elizabeth Aitken (1920-1913). Paul married Emily Coker (c 1867- 1897) in London in 1894. In 1901 he married Mary Blanche Cole (1858-1945), daughter of the painter George Vicat Cole and Mary Ann Chignell. Alexander Louis Paul died on 23 May 1927 in Parkstone, Dorset. As far as I know A L Paul had no children.

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