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He had work exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1842 to 1861 and also lived in London from 1845 to 1847, before returning to Liverpool to live in Bootle.
Cook, Walter W[illiam] S[pencer] Date born: 1888 Place born: Orange, MADate died: 1962 Place died: North Atlantic sea [on board ship] Historian of medieval Spanish art, founding director of the Institute of Fine Art at New York University and leading figure in bringing German art historians and their style of art history to the United States.
Cook continued to spend six months each year in Europe as a research fellow for Spanish art of the College Art Association.
In the new Tim Burton film "Big Eyes," Amy Adams stars as artist Margaret Keane, whose husband, Walter, bullies her into allowing him to take credit for her paintings — artworks of maudlin moppets with teary, platter-sized eyes that made Keane a household name and earned the couple a fortune in the late 1950s and '60s.
Cook spent the years 1920-1924 working on his doctorate at Harvard and nine months conducting research in Spain and France a a fellow of the Archaeological Institute of America, 1920-1921.But now that the film is out and the last of Walter Keane's 10 siblings died last year, one family member has come forward to dispute the notions that Walter couldn't paint and that Margaret conceived the big-eyed motif.