Artbot Setup Instructions for Thomas Francis Dicksee

1. DM Andrei and let him know you are setting up a bot for Thomas Francis Dicksee!
2. Set up a Twitter account using your phone number and follow the activation steps.

  • Pick a username similar to ThomasFrancisDicksee or Thomas_Francis_Dicksee.
  • Add Artist's name, description, location and the link to their Wikipedia page. Please follow the format used for @artistmonet, the bio should look something like this:
  • Fan account of Thomas Francis Dicksee, a fancy pants artist best known for his nocturnal scenes of urban landscapes. #artbot by @andreitr.
  • Add an avatar image and a cover. We usually grab all that from the artist's Wikipedia page.
  • You are done here!
  • *** Optional step if you want us to manage this account. Set the email address to artist.thomasfrancisdicksee@offtheeasel.com and DM Andrei for the verification code.
3. Log into Off The Easel using the newly-created Twitter account.
4. Create a new Twitter Channel.
5. Click on Public Collections and enter Thomas Francis Dicksee in the search filed.
6. In the search results, add the Thomas Francis Dicksee collection to the bot by clicking on the icon.
7. That's it! DM Andrei and let him know the bot is ready!

** If you want us to manage this account then we'd need the Twitter login info. We will make sure your phone number and other personal information is removed and your bot will join the ranks of the artbots!.

Thomas Francis Dicksee

Little Florist
Little Florist
Amy Robsart
Amy Robsart
Miranda
Miranda
Christ of the Cornfield "and He Said Unto Them, the Sabbath was Made for Man,and Not Man for the Sabbath." Mark, Ii, 27.
Christ of the Cornfield "and He Said Unto Them, the Sabbath was Made for Man,and Not Man for the Sabbath." Mark, Ii, 27.
Juliet
Juliet
Cleopatra
Cleopatra
Juliet on the Balcony
Juliet on the Balcony
Ophelia
Ophelia
Ideal Portrait of Lady Macbeth
Ideal Portrait of Lady Macbeth
Jessica
Jessica
Ofelia
Ofelia
Anne Page
Anne Page
A Labour of Love, from the "illustrated London News"
A Labour of Love, from the "illustrated London News"