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James Baynes - 19th Century Watercolour, Kidwelly Castle, Carmarthenshire

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James Baynes - Original 19th Century Watercolour. Inscribed with the artist's name on the reverse. Previously framed; attributed on the frame to James Baynes (1766-1837) and titled. There is a strip of age toning at the top edge of the painting.

James Baynes (1766–1837) was an English watercolour painter and drawing-master. Born in Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmoreland. Sent to study under Romney in London, and at the age of 18 he became a student at the Royal Academy. He taught drawing, including giving lessons to John Varley, John Wood, Sir Henry Sass, J.D. Harding. He was a constant exhibitor of watercolours, and occasionally oils, at the Royal Academy between 1796 and 1837. He specialised in watercolour drawings of Norfolk, North Wales, Cumberland and later, Kent. Frequently he introduced figures and cattle.


28 x 37.4cm (11" x 14.7")

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Code mt345
Artist James Baynes
Date 19th Century
Dimensions 28 x 37.4cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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