Alfred Augustus Glendening
A A Glendening lived at Greenwich in London in the latter half of the 19th century. He is best known for his landscape views, particularly those which include water. He was especially fond of painting along the Thames as well as in Wales and Scotland. He exhibited over 130 paintings between 1865 and 1903, mostly at the Royal Academy, the British Institute and at Suffolk Street. He is represented in museums in Adelaide and Sydney.