Originality, a keen and refined sense of humour, an infinite capacity for taking pains, a reverence for truth and nature, .... All these qualities “Marco” possessed in a high degree and, what is more to the purpose, made good use of them. — George Dunlop Leslie, p.116

Henry Stacy Marks, from a photograph by Ralph Winwood Robinson © National Portrait Gallery, London (click on the image for more information)

Biographical and Critical Material



Atkinson, J. Beavington. "English Painters of the Present Day. XIV – H. S. Marks." The Portfolio I (1870): 129-34.

Fenn, William Wilthew. "Our Living Artists: Henry Stacy Marks, R.A." The Magazine of Art II (1879): 97-100.

"Henry Stacy Marks, R.A." The Biograph and Review IV (November 1880): 387-391

Leslie, George D. "'In Memoriam': HENRY STACY MARKS, R.A.: born Sept. 13, 1829: died Jan. 9, 1898." Magazine of Art Vol. 22 (1898). 237-42. Internet Archive (Open Court Publishing Co.). Web. 23 October 2023.

Marks, Henry Stacy. Pen and Pencil Sketches. 1894, 2 vols.

Radford, Ernest. "Henry Stacy Marks." Dictionary of National Biography, 1901 supplement, Vol. III, 140-41.

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