Thomas Rose Miles RCA (British, 1869 – 1910), ‘The west of Ireland’. Oil on canvas.
Thomas Rose Miles (1869-1910) was an artist who painted mainly landscape and marine scenes of the north east of England, often featuring a human element. Thomas Rose Miles had a popular following amongst the working men of the ports, since his lively depictions were often of their bravery in the face of the challenge.
Miles exhibited with the Royal Academy, the Society of British Artists, the Royal Society of British Artists, the Royal Hibernian Society and Arthur Tooth and Sons Gallery in London.
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