Ridley, Matthew White (M)

Surname: Ridley
Forename(s): Matthew White
b. 1837. d. 2 June 1888. Nationality: English. VIAF.
Illustrator, engraver, and painter. Born in Newcastle upon Tyne. Studied at the Royal Academy Schools. First pupil of James McNeil Whistler. Specialised in portraits, sporting subjects, and landscapes. Travelled to France (1860-1861). Member of the Société des Aquafortistes (Society of Etchers). Contributed to Graphic Magazine. Exhibited at the Royal Academy, British Institution, and Suffolk Street Gallery. Biographical information: Houfe 433, Wood 395, Benezit. (AC, CC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 4
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
After the War 1873 Good Words Illustrator 2425
Matthias to Albertus 1873 Good Words Illustrator 2431
The Golden Thread. An incident so narrated in a very early French Fabliau.—(See Sir Walter Scott’s “Essay on Romantic Literature.”) 1873 Good Words Illustrator 2423
The Legend of St. Christopher 1873 Good Words Illustrator 2432