ROODS, Thomas

1807 - 1871

Thomas Roods was born on 2 July 1807 and baptised at Westham, Eastbourne, Sussex on 10 December 1807, second son of Henry Crowhurst Roods (died c1825) and his wife Mary née Chrippes (1773-1847). In 1841, a 33-year-old artist, living at Great Marlborough Street, St James, London but by 1847 he had moved to 26 St Clement Lane, St Clement Danes, Westminster. He exhibited at the Suffolk Fine Arts Association at Ipswich in 1850 'Abstraction'. He was formerly of 40 Gloucester Crescent, Regent's Park, London when he died at Moor House, Petworth, Sussex on 17 March 1871, aged 63, his executor was his nephew William Edward Roods of Lewes, Sussex.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from 36 Newman Street, London
1834 339 A girl selecting a Nosegay
from 74 Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square
1839 459 Portraits of the children of Capt. Fletcher, 1st Lifeguards
         470 Returning from Gleaning
from Great Marlborough Street
1841 348 A Hindoo in his National Costume
         1155 Portraits of the children of J. P. Brooker, Esq.
from 67 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury
1842 373 A Portrait of Sir Brook W. Bridges, Bart.
         469 A Family Party
1844 549 A Kentish Hop Garden
         609 Portraits of the Right Hon. Lord and Lady Dorchester
         624 Return from Coursing: Portaits of Thomas Sherwin, Esq. and family - drawing
1845 668 Portraits of John James King and family
1846 415 Portraits of Miss Monk of Coates, Sussex
         547 The mother of Elgiva, Edwy's Queen
1847 227 Children at a Stream
1850 138 Portrait of Mr. Alderman Finnis, Sheriff of London for 1849
from 24 Charles Street, Middlesex Hospital
1859 215 An Indian Girl
from 40 Gloucester Crescent, Regent's Park
1867 14 A Girl with Flowers

Works by This Artist