Philip Burne-Jones was a painter of portraits and topographical views, the son of Sir Edward Burne-Jones.
He exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery from 1886 and also at the Royal Academy and the New Gallery. He painted a number of famous people of the day including Rudyard Kipling and G. F. Watts. His portraits of Kipling, his father and of Edward Poynter are in the National Portrait Gallery, London.
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