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Att. James Burrell Smith RBA
1822 - 1897

James Burrell Smith was a painter in both oils and watercolours, who was born in the South of England. In 1843 he moved to Northumberland where he studied under Thomas Miles Richardson for about 5 years. After moving to London in 1854, he became a drawing master with Dickenson of Bond Street and it was at this point, that he built up a teaching practice and concentrated on watercolour painting.

Cumberland cottage by Att. James Burrell Smith

Cumberland cottage (c1850)

Watercolour

20 x 28.2 cm (7.9 x 11.1 in.)

475.00 GBP

Stock No. 187

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