Gooden and Fox

Art dealers founded around 1903, specialising in 19th-century British paintings and drawings

Gooden and Fox was founded around 1903 by Stephen Thomas Gooden (1856-1909) and F W Fox (dates unrecorded). Fox originally worked for Agnew's Gallery until 1903 when he set up the partnership with Gooden.

After the death of painter and art collector James Orrock (1829 - 1913), Fox advised philanthropist William Hesketh Lever (1851 - 1925) on his art purchases between 1915 and 1925. Lever relied greatly on Fox's judgements.

Gooden was a print publisher. He married Edith Camille Elizabeth Epps (1868 - 1954) and was the father of engraver Stephen Frederick Gooden (1892 - 1955).
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