The correspondence and papers of the John Herbert Evelyn Partington, his wife Sarah, and their children: Blanche Partington,
Gertrude Partington Albright, Phyllis Partington, and, to a lesser extent, Jack (John) Partington, Sr., Richard Langtry Partington,
Edward Partington, Kate Partington, and Jack Partington, Jr..
John Herbert Evelyn Partington (1843-1899) was a painter in the Manchester School of Painters, which was founded in 1870 by
artists in Manchester, England who were disgruntled with the traditional Victorian art education they were receiving at the
Manchester Art School. Partington and his fellow painters were interested in painting and drawing from life and were strongly
influenced by French painting, especially the Pont-Aven School. J.H.E. Partington opened the Stockport Art School, modeled
on the Academie Julian in Paris, in the late 1880s.
25.75 linear feet
(15 cartons, 13 volumes, 3 oversize boxes, 1 box, 3 oversize folders; 1 Digital Object (1 image))
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