David Wilkie Wynfield
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
David Wilkie Wynfield (1837–1887) was a British painter and photographer.
Wynfield was distantly related to the Scottish artist David Wilkie, after whom he was named. Born in India, he was originally intended by his family for the priesthood, but instead chose art as a profession. He studied at Leigh's art school in the 1850s and his first painting was accepted for the Royal Academy summer exhibition in 1859.