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George William Joy, a talented artistic advocate of the unity of the British Isles; and a strong opponent of “Home Rule” for Ireland, was born on July 7th 1844 in Dublin. He painted several powerful patriotically British works, including, “The First Union Jack” (1893).

He also painted “General Gordon’s Last Stand” also known as “The Death of General Gordon, Khartoum, 26 January 1885” (1893; Leeds City Museum), as well as the painting of three women together who are, “Rose, Shamrock and Thistle” (1889); and the anti-republican, “The King’s Drum Shall Never be Beaten for Rebels, 1798” (1891; Bournemouth, Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum) which shows a British drummer boy after destroying his drum so his enemy cannot have it.

He died on October 28, 1925 in Purbrook, Hampshire.