|art by Walter Langley|
1852 - 1922
-Social Realism and Genre Painting
-Walter Langley was a British painter known for his contributions to Social Realism and Genre painting. He was associated with the Newlyn School, a group of artists who depicted scenes of everyday life in the fishing villages of Cornwall. Langley's art often focused on the struggles and hardships of the working-class fishermen and their families. His work is characterized by its empathetic portrayal of the human condition and its strong sense of social commentary.