WILLIAM ELSTOB MARSHALL (BRITISH, ACTIVE 1859-1880)
William Elstob Marshall was probably a son of Thomas Falcon Marshall (1818-1878), a prolific Liverpool genre artist who exhibited at the Royal Academy and was elected a member of the Liverpool Academy in 1846. William Elstob Marshall exhibited eighteen works at The Royal Society of British Artists, Suffolk Street. He painted mostly in oils, depicting animals and rustic subjects, inspired by his time living in both Somerset and Scotland. He later settled in Haverstock Hill, London. Marshall exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1859 and 1880, and also at the British Institute.