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Thomas Sunderland
1744 - 1828

Thomas Sunderland was born in Wittington Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, to a mining family. He became the owner of an iron
ore foundry at Furness and retired to "Littlecroft", a house at Ulverston, in 1782.
He was a prolific amateur artist, best known for his landscapes, but also for copies after other artists.
It is considered that he was a pupil of John Robert Cozens and Joseph Farington.
His work is represented in the Government Art Collection and also the British Museum, Tate, V&A and Abbot Hall in Kendal.

Windermere by Thomas Sunderland

Windermere (c1790)

Watercolour over pencil

19cm x 28cm (7.5" x 11.0")

230.00 GBP

Inscribed with title, Unframed mounted later

Elterwater near Langdale Pikes by Thomas Sunderland

Elterwater near Langdale Pikes (c1790)

Watercolour over pencil

19cm x 28cm (7.5" x 11.0")

230.00 GBP

Inscribed with title, Unframed mounted later

Near Low wood Inn, Windermere by Thomas Sunderland

Near Low wood Inn, Windermere (c1790)

Watercolour over pencil

19cm x 28cm (7.5" x 11.0")

230.00 GBP

Inscribed with title, Unframed mounted later

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