Frederick Sandys (1829-1904) was an artist born in Norwich, England, and was associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.
Frederick Sandys Summary:
- Born Anthony Frederick Augustus Sands, he changed his last name to Sandys in 1855.
- He trained under his father, Anthony Sandys, who was also an artist.
- He won several medals while he was a student at the Royal Society of Arts.
- Sandys was a founding member of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters, and Gravers.
- He encouraged his sister, Emma, to pursue art as a career.
Frederick Sandys Famous Paintings:
- Love’s Shadow (1867)
- Morgana la Fay (1864)
- Medea (1866-1868)
- Helen of Troy (ca. 1866)
- Vivien (1863)
- Berenice, Queen of Egypt (1867)