Alfred Hitchens Corbould

(2 November 1821 - 5 December 1874)

Born as the seventh child of Henry Corbould (1787-1844) and his wife Mary née Pickles (1786-1827). Between 1844 and 1863, he exhibited 20 portraits at the Royal Academy. He married at Fulham on 31 October 1848, Mary Grace, daughter of Samuel Brown Keene, solicitor, of Ipswich, and his wife Mary, daughter of John Sparrowe of the Ancient House, Ipswich, Mary Grace, died on 8 March 1895. Alfred died at his residence, 86 Warwick Gardens, London. They had five children including artist Walton Corbould (1859-1919) who was educated at Woodbridge School and illustrated several children’s books.


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Born on 2 November 1821, seventh child of Henry Corbould (1787-1844) and his wife Mary née Pickles (1786-1827). Between 1844 and 1863, he exhibited 20 portraits at the Royal Academy. He married at Fulham on 31 October 1848, Mary Grace, daughter of Samuel Brown Keene, solicitor, of Ipswich, and his wife Mary, daughter of John Sparrowe of the Ancient House, Ipswich. Mary Grace, the sister of Charles Eddowes Keene (1823-1891), died on 8 March 1895. Alfred died at his residence 86 Warwick Gardens, London on 5 December 1874. They had five children including artist Walton Corbould (1859-1919) who was educated at Woodbridge School and illustrated several children’s books.


The Royal Academy of Arts Contributions:
CORBOULD, Alfred Hichens (1821-1874). Painter. Address: 9, Bankside.

1835. 264 - "Retriever and wounded pheasant".

1837. 537 - "Pheasant shooting".

1838. 1053 - "Duncan and the Deer". Vide; Sir W. Scott.

1839. 214 - "The sentinel".

1840. 591 - "Retriever and dead game".

1841. 304 - "Termination of the day's sport".

1842. 1205 - "Frank Osbaldiston's first sight of Diana Vernon". Vide; Rob Roy.

1843. 77 - "Carriage horses, the property of the late Sir Francis Chantrey."

1844. 423 - "The Keeper's companions". Address: 21, Rutland Gate

536. "Fitz-James and his dying horse". 'Woe was the chase, etc'." Address: 22, Gloucester Place.

1845. 637 - Wandering Jew.

295 - "On the Moors". Address: 21, Rutland Gate.

1846. 243 "Jack-in-the-box".

536 "Meadow scene -- evening".

692 "do. do." Address: Hyde Park Comer.

1847. 306 - "Landscape with cattle -- momirig". Address: Messrs, Tattersalls, Grosvenor Place.

494 - "Ostler's Belle." Address: Eldon Lodge, Victoria Road.

1848. 2 - "Not yet gone to the dogs".

1849. 1152 - "October". Address: 4, Phillimore Terrace, Kensington.

1852. 24 - Portrait.

28 "do".

1853. 388 - "Caspar and Duck", the property of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales.

1854. 1086 - "Miss Ellen J. Sandeman".

1855. 1326 - Portrait.

1856. 121 - "Mrs. S. B. Keene".

1859. 886 - "First regiment Life Guards trotting past, under the inspection of H. R. H. the Duke of Cambridge, at Wormwood Scrubbs".

1861. 133 - "Rotten Row".

1862. 391 - "Children of the Earl and Countess of Tankerville, with favourite hunter".

663 - "Frederick, younger son of the Earl and Countess of Tankerville".

1863. 12 - "Pugnacious".

1864. 333 - "Master Geary".

482 - "Major Stapylton's phaeton horses -- putting to".

1866. 39 - "The midday rest".

1867. 270 - "Highland stots".

477 - "Off for the south".

496 - "Disputing a passage".

1868. 126 - "At home in the Highlands".

165 - "The dairy maid".

587 - "Cast ashore".

1874. 62 - "Major".

1875. 59 - "Highland stots and gillie".