Albert William Ayling

(1829 - 1905)



Albert W. AYLING, R.C.A. Painter Guernsey
Year Number Name Address
1853 957 Miss Mary Hossack 40, London Street
1853 1009 Sunday Morning 40, London Street
1854 1015 Study of Fruit Abbotsgrange, Chester
1855 994 Miss Elizabeth Brindley 12, King Street, Chester
1861 813 Miss Jones 112, Northgate, Chester
1862 689 Portrait of a Child
1862 951 Happy Days
1863 782 Harry Dobie, eldest son of Dr. Dobie
1863 801 Miss Prescott
1864 629 Miss Huxley
1865 642 Up to Mischief
1865 711 Miss Moran
1866 723 The Picture Book
1872 823 Still Pool, North Wales 71, Bridge Street Rd., Chelsea
1880 795 Old Well 3, Upper Duke St., Liverpool
1880 1260 Ready for the Concert 3, Upper Duke St., Liverpool
1886 1301 Waiting for the Tide Talsarn Farm, Conway
1892 816 Welsh Farmyard

The Royal Academy of Arts, A Complete Dictionary of Contributors and Their Work from Its Foundation in 1769 to 1904, Algernon Graves




Albert William Ayling (1829-1905)
Born in Conway, North Wales
few sources state his birth year as 1853)
He exhibited 128 works at The Royal Collage of Art, 4 works at The Royal Academy, 4 Watercolours at The Royal Institute of painters in Watercolour as well as works at The Royal Society of Arts and at other provincial galleries and exhibitions.

He produced a number of Oil Paintings but the majority of his work was in Watercolour. Many of his works were based on rural farming scenes and landscapes although he is known to have painted a number of portraits or studies of people. His portraits in watercolour were often built upon pencil sketches with pencil lines detected below the watercolour.

He signed his works A.W. Ayling but rarely attributed a date and some were without a title. One of his watercolours was of a 'Portrait of a Young Boy' and was dated 1880.



Other works have included:
'Lady seated Three Quarter Length Wearing a White Bonnet'
'Portrait Of A Young Woman'
'Portrait of Miss Le Page'
'Portrait Of A Spanish Girl'
'Portrait Of A Young Girl'



View painter's art: Albert William Ayling (1829-1905)

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