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E. Goodwyn Lewis

(1827-1891), Artist

Artist associated with 3 portraits

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Charles Dickens, after E. Goodwyn Lewis - NPG D35174

Charles Dickens

after E. Goodwyn Lewis
colour halftone, (1869)
NPG D35174


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David Simmonds

05 January 2017, 17:12

A copy of the paintings can be viewed at the following web sites.

Mr Parker can be viewed on

The Last Supper by the same artist can be seen on

David Simmonds

28 December 2016, 16:38

The Wolverhampton archives make reference to another painting by E Goodwyn Lewis . Reference number Z806.22. No copy of the painting is shown but a full description of the painting is given. Titled The Last Supper the description is extremely detailed information of the Aisitic historic event painted by the artist in Palistine.

David Simmonds

16 November 2016, 13:48

This artist painted a 5ft by 6ft portrait of Mr T Parker which was displayed at Wolverhampton art gallery in 1890.The portrait depicted Mr Parker and electrical equipment made in Wolverhampton.
The portrait was for a Mr James Odie of Ballarat Australia.
Evidence of the picture can be seen on Ecc Wolverhampton website and on website related to Mr Parker and his early work at Ironbridge.
Neither Wolverhampton art gallery or Ballarat Australia have any record of this painting

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