Henry Liverseege (1802-1832) was a genre painter from England.
Henry Liverseege Summary:
- When he was born, one of his lungs failed to develop which led to him having asthma.
- He also had a spinal deformity that caused his left shoulder to droop lower than his right.
- He had no formal artistic training but was very interested in pursuing a career in art.
- After a brief stint in portraiture, he started to paint literary and folkloric genre scenes.
- He is honored with a memorial in Manchester.
Henry Liverseege Famous Paintings:
- The Scholar (1831)
- The Betrothed (1830)
- The Cobbler of the Weekly Register (1830)
- The Bride of Lammermoor (1830)
- The Letter (1828)
- Companions (1825)