Enoch Ward RBA (1859-1922) 

Enoch Ward (1859-1922) was a British illustrator and figure and landscape painter.

 Enoch Ward R.B.A., was a social-realist, sketching the poor at work and submitting works to magazines such as Pall-Mall. He was also an editor. It is believed that Kingston Museum may hold a quantity of his works in store. He came to Hampton Wick in the early Twenties, joining the Hampton Wick group of artists, but died soon after. Enoch Ward was born at Park Gate, in Yorkshire and, aged twelve, travelled to Chicago with his parents, later returning to England. He lived variously at Uxbridge and Surbiton, moving to Hampton Wick when aged about sixty.

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