Langley studied at the South Kensington Art School, 1873 – 1875. After his return to Birmingham, he devoted himself to mainly watercolours.
In 1882 he settled in Newlyn, Cornwall and became part of the Newlyn School, which included Stanhope Forbes, Frank Bramley and others.
Langley exhibited in London 1890 – 1919 at the Royal Academy, Suffolk Street and at the New Watercolour Society. He was elected R.I. in 1883.
Walter Langley’s subjects were mostly scenes of fisher-folk and life in fishing villages
Works by this artist…
Companions( ref : 8650 )
At Evening Time it Shall be Light( ref : 9853 )