Henry Richard Graves
Henry Richard Graves (1818–1882) was an English portrait painter.
Graves was the second son of Thomas Graves, 2nd Baron Graves, and worked as a clerk for the India Board in London. From 1847 he was a portrait painter in London, exhibiting 71 works at the Royal Academy.
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