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William Brassey Hole artist

This week I purchased a four volume set of books entitled ‘The Poetry of Robert Burns’. There is nothing overly special about the set and I have several other books regarding Burns’ poetry. The thing that these volumes had which … Continue reading

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Art from the 18th Century

I managed to pick up some pieces printed in the 1700’s. Due to their age they are not in great condition but remain pieces which are of interest. We begin with the great David Garrick and George Anne Bellamy in … Continue reading

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Art a la Latouche

#LouisLatouche (1829-1884) is a name that is not well known to people and possibly even to experts but to a few very famous artists he was well known.  Latouche was a painter.  His applications to exhibit his paintings at the … Continue reading

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Art of George Fall

In an earlier chapter, I talked about an artist by the name of #GeorgeFall.  The piece I talked about was unsigned and I speculated that it might have been by George Fall (1848 – 1925).  Today, I came across three … Continue reading

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Art from Harrow

Today, Harrow is part of the greater London area but from this etching by #EdwardDuncan, one would be hard pressed to see that.  Edward Duncan (1803-1882) was a superbly skilled artist in his preferred media – that of watercolour.  In … Continue reading

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Art with Dogs

Dogs appear in art both as subject or background.  As with the human form, the depiction of animals is not easy.  The misalignment of a single line can make very very fine rendition into an abstract view. We, not just artists, like … Continue reading

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