It is fair to say that Edward Angelo Goodall is one of Victorian Britain's lesser known artists. He hailed from a family of artists and had a relatively successful artistic career, exhibiting regularly. Yet he never seemed quite able to emerge from the shadows cast by a more successful brother who became a Royal Academician, and their celebrated father. In 2007 the British Library was presented with a small collection of Goodall's sketchbooks and letters, and a journal of an expedition in British Guiana.
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