BORN 25 Sep 1858, London - DIED 12 Nov 1919, London|
GRAVE LOCATION Woking, Surrey: Brookwood Cemetery (Plot 27)
Arthur Hacker was the son of the engraver Edward Hacker. He studied
at the schools of the Royal Academy (1867-1880) and in Paris
under Leon Bonnet (1880-1881). His style sas influenced by the
preraphaelites and the symbolists. |
Hacker travelled to Spain, Algiers (together with Solomon Solomon) and North Africa. In 1894 Edward Onslow Ford made a bust of him. In 1910 he became a full member of the Royal Academy. His wife Lilian Hacker was also a painter and she exhibited from 1909 to 1924 at the Royal Academy.
He died in 1919 and was buried at Brookwood Cemetery near Woking. A quote from Shelley's "Adonais" was inscribed on his tombstone.
Work: "Syrinx" (1892, Manchester City Art Gallery).
Father: Hacker, Edward
The Pre-Raphaelite Collection, 2000
Clarke, John M., London's Necropolis, A Guide to Brookwood Cemetery, Sutton Publishing, Stroud, Gloucestershire, 2004