Born in Holloway in North London, the penultimate of twenty-one children and the youngest to survive, Lear was already known for his art by aged 16 and was raised by his sister, 21 years his senior.
This painting is my all time favorite because of how artist Edward Lear showed how the fortress Masada, was the most difficult fortress ever to break into period. Edward Lear was born on May 12, in the small town of Highgate, which is a very wealthy suburb of London.
His father, Jeremiah Lear, was a wealthy London stockbroker. His mother Ann Lear, was just a simple housewife, but a very sweet one at that. However all of these happy times changed when Edward Lear turned six years old. Jeremiah fell a defaulter in the Stock Exchange and the family had to abandon their fashionable life, to which they were so used to.
This is where his sweet mother went bad. She became depressed and mean. He beat up Edward a lot, blaming him for his misfortunes on the Stock Exchange Lehmann: From the time his father went bad at the Stock Exchange when he was six to the time Edward was abandoned by his parents at eight, Edward Lear was living through hell, with his parents.
Lear was one of the first poets to write The state of Italy The 19 th century was a time of new ideas. From Thomas de Colmar Exchange, therefore forcing them to leave the fashionable life to which they grew accustomed too.
After his parents abandoned him, Edward went to go live with his older sister Ann in London, who at that time was married to a wealthy English gentleman named Lord Henry Stanley and was twenty-one years old. His sister Ann never turned on Edward like their mother did, and gave him all the love he needed.
From that point on, Edward Lear was home schooled by his sister Ann and his other sister Sarah, who came to live with Ann about a year after Edward had arrived Lehmann: She too, was very sweet to Edward.
By the time Edward turned fourteen inhe began his career as an artist, while still living with Ann and Sarah.
Once Edward turned professional at fourteen, he started to travel around the world. Henry Stanley was a very big traveler, and took Edward around with him Lehmann: This is how Edward got the many ideas for his many paintings. From the several different places in the fifteen countries he traveled in, Lear was able to be inspired by many things, which led him to fame in his paintings.
For many of his books, Lear used many of the ideas he saw in the different countries to write Internet: He really was immensely talented. This talent made him very famous and very rich. As he traveled around the world, he bought many summer and winter homes and villas Internet: This of course was after he became rich and famous and started traveling on his own, and not with Lord Henry Stanley.
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Edward Lear did an excellent job of showing how vast and desolate the Judean desert was at that time, by showing some of the desert to the right of the Dead Sea.
The final reason of why the Masada was the hardest fortress to break into period, was the twin archer towers at the main gate of the fortress. But before I get into the painting, “Masada on the Dead Sea”, itself, I will talk a little about the author, Edward Lear’s life. Edward Lear was born on May 12, in the small town of Highgate, which is a very wealthy suburb of London.
His father, Jeremiah Lear, was a wealthy London stockbroker. Rock Fortress of Masada, on the Dead Sea It was at Villa Tennyson, his home in San Remo, Italy that Edward Lear would meet his end, aged 75 from heart diseases in His funeral was said to be a sad, lonely affair as none of Lear’s friends was able to attend.