Thomas Cooper Gotch by Henry Scott Tuke, RA, RWS (1858-1929), a friend and one of the founders with Gotch of the New English Art Club in 1886.

Gotch was a central figure amongst the Newlyn Colony of artists, then after years in Paris and Florence became a romantic painter in the late Pre-Raphaelite manner. He was especially interested in themes of innocence in the young. — Rupert Maas



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