Born in Berkshire in 1763, George Arnald began life as a domestic servant before training under the landscape artist William Pether. He was elected Associate of the Royal Academy in 1810, and received recognition for his work Battle of the Nile, exhibited at the British Institution in 1827. He trained his son and daughter as his pupils, and they both became artists. He died in London in November 1841.
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