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School of Art

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School of Art
Aberystwyth University
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Ceredigion
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Display artist/maker:

Thomas Robert Way

Born: 1861, UK, England, London    Died: 1913, UK, England, London

Painter and printmaker. Son of printmaker Thomas Way (1837-1915) in whose firm he worked. Studied at the Government Art School, South Kensington, and Académie Julian, Paris. Early in his career, he painted in watercolour and oil and exhibited at the Royal Academy, but is chiefly known as a lithographer. He assisted James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) with publishing his Venice etchings in 1880 and, together with Way senior, taught him lithography. T. R. Way published the first catalogue of Whistler’s lithographs in 1896 and wrote Memories of James McNeill Whistler, published 1912. Furthermore, he created a series of limited-edition books on London, e.g. The Thames from Chelsea to the Nore (1907), designed lithographic posters for London Underground and lithographic postcards of London. He was a member of the Art-Workers’ Guild and the Senefelder Club, which promoted lithography, and lectured, e.g. at the Royal Society of Arts.

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

Late Henry Ospovat PR333 Prints

Whitstable Harbour PR334 Prints




 
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