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1854-1931

British Pre-Raphaelite Painter

Thomas Cooper Gotch (1854–1931) was an English painter and illustrator who was a part of the Arts and Crafts movement. He was born in Northampton, England, and began his artistic training at the Royal College of Art in London.

Gotch was well known for his paintings and illustrations of women and children, as well as his portraits and landscapes. He was especially famous for his romantic, nostalgic scenes of women and children. His style was characterized by a delicate use of color and light, and his paintings often had a dreamlike quality.

Gotch was a founding member of the New English Art Club. He was a successful artist in his lifetime and his work was widely exhibited and sought after by collectors.

In addition to his work as a painter, gotch was also a talented illustrator, and his illustrations appeared in many books and magazines of the time. He was particularly noted for his illustrations of the works of William Morris and other members of the Arts and Crafts movement.

Gotch's legacy as an artist continues to this day, and his paintings and illustrations are highly valued by collectors and art historians. He is remembered as one of the leading figures of the Arts and Crafts movement and an important contributor to the development of English art in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

3 Thomas Gotch Paintings

The Child Enthroned, 1894 by Thomas Gotch | Painting Reproduction

The Child Enthroned 1894

Oil Painting
$2198
SKU: GTC-1467
Thomas Cooper Gotch
Original Size: 159 x 102 cm
Private Collection

Alleluia, 1896 by Thomas Gotch | Painting Reproduction

Alleluia 1896

Oil Painting
$8373
Canvas Print
$53.98
SKU: GTC-16516
Thomas Cooper Gotch
Original Size: 133.3 x 184 cm
Tate Gallery, London, United Kingdom

Holy Motherhood, 1902 by Thomas Gotch | Painting Reproduction

Holy Motherhood 1902

Oil Painting
$5801
Canvas Print
$61.65
SKU: GTC-18016
Thomas Cooper Gotch
Original Size: 184.4 x 153.7 cm
Public Collection

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