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Aaron Edwin Penley

Abraham Pether

Alan Reynolds (artist)

Albert Moulton Foweraker

Alec Carruthers Gould

Alexander Scott (painter)

Alfred Parsons (artist)

Arthur Diehl

Arthur Douglas Peppercorn

Arthur Spooner (painter)

Augustus Walford Weedon

Augustus Wall Callcott

Benjamin Barker (painter)

Charles Barber (artist)

Christabel Cockerell

Christopher R. W. Nevinson

Christopher Wood (English painter)

Conrad Martens

Daniel Thomas Egerton

David Cox (artist)

David Inshaw

Derek Hill (painter)

Edward Binyon

Edward John Cobbett

Edward Wilkins Waite

Edward Williams (painter)

Elijah Walton

Eliot Hodgkin

Eric Forbes-Robertson

Ernest George

Francis Bourgeois

Francis Nicholson (painter)

Francis Wheatley (painter)

Fred Yates

Frederick Henry Henshaw

Frederick Thomas Lines

George Augustus Williams

George Bissill

George Bryant Campion

George Clarkson Stanfield

George Cole (artist)

George Dodgson Callow

George Fennell Robson

George Frost (landscape painter)

George Hemming Mason

George Henry Harrison

George Lambert (English painter)

George Landseer

George Paice (painter)

George Price Boyce

George Samuel

George Shepherd (artist)

George Smith (artist)

George Vincent (painter)

George Wilfred Anthony

Graham Sutherland

H. M. Brock

Harry Watson (artist)

Helen Allingham

Henry Anderton

Henry Bright (painter)

Henry Dawson (artist)

Henry George Hine

Henry Harris Lines

Herbert Menzies Marshall

J. M. W. Turner

James Astbury Hammersley

James Aumonier

James Bateman (artist)

James Fahey (painter)

James Francis Danby

James John Hill

James Leakey

James Peel

Jeremy Gardiner

Joanna Mary Boyce

John Byrne (artist)

John Callow

John Collingham Moore

John Constable

John Feary

John Gendall

John Joseph Cotman

John Linnell (painter)

John Mogford

John Prendergast (artist)

John Rathbone (artist)

John Samuel Raven

John Scott (1849–1919)

John Stanton Ward

John Swete

Joseph Clayton Bentley

Joseph William Allen

Joseph Wright of Derby

Louis Burleigh Bruhl

Luke Piper

Mabel Mary Spanton

Miles Edmund Cotman

Octavius Oakley

Patricia Goldsmith

Paul Nash (artist)

Peter De Wint

Philip Sutton (artist)

Richard Corbould

Richard Howard Penton

Robert Barker (painter)

Robert Burford

Robert Ladbrooke

Robert William Wood

Roger de Grey

Samuel Palmer

Samuel Scott (painter)

Sebastian Pether

Stanley Royle

Theodore Roussel

Thomas Baker (artist)

Thomas Burgess (painter died 1807)

Thomas Hartley Cromek

Thomas Joseph Banks

Thomas Kerr Fairless

Thomas Malton

Thomas Matthews Rooke

Thomas Sidney Cooper

Thomas Smith (English painter)

Thomas William Bowler

Tobias Young

Valerie Petts

W. H. Allen

Walter Tyndale

Walter Williams (painter)

William Adam (artist)

William Bellers

William Bennett (painter)

William Bonneau Noble

William Collins (painter)

William Cowen

William Evans (landscape painter)

William Holwell Carr

William James Blacklock

William Linton (artist)

William Lionel Clause

William Marlow

William Payne (painter)

William Scrope

William Sidney Cooper

William Taverner (artist)

William Turner (artist)

William Wiehe Collins

Williams family of painters


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Wed, 30 Sep 2015 07:25:14 -0700

John Constable was an English landscape artist noted for his use of light and shade, an emphasis on the sky, and for painting exactly what he saw. His career was slow to develop and he never achieved significant fame during his lifetime, although he ...

Huffington Post

Huffington Post
Fri, 14 Aug 2015 09:49:01 -0700

... and by good stewardship increased agricultural abundance. A steeple that rises above the greenery in the distance suggests piety, while a barn implies prudence and providence. Gainsborough was the first in the line of great English landscape ...
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While it was difficult to see what would look like The Lost City of Z for the shots of the day, the pictures are rich in colors and materials: they evoke the work of the English landscape painters such as Turner and Constable, or even how Vilmos ...

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The Times (subscription)
Thu, 21 May 2015 10:15:00 -0700

The artist Rigby Graham once bought, from a late-night grocer, a bag of oranges. He had stormed out of his living room during a dispute with a friend over the colour of a catalogue cover. His friend claimed it was orange, Graham protested that it was red.


Thu, 05 Mar 2015 09:33:33 -0800

His style was influenced by English landscape painters Constable and Turner. Much of his work was inspired by the river Thames near Hammersmith and the coastline in Suffolk. Two of his portraits, of former miner's union leader, Arthur Scargill, and ...


Wed, 13 Aug 2014 20:38:23 -0700

Wilson not only inspired these two great English landscape painters, his influence was also widely felt on the Continent and in the colonies, as this splendid exhibition, the first devoted to Wilson in more than 30 years, reveals as never before ...


Mon, 26 Jan 2015 03:03:45 -0800

Whilst in London, Monet spent a great deal of time exploring the galleries, especially those containing works by the great English landscape painters Constable and Turner. However, whilst traditional landscape painting held a certain allure for Monet ...

New York Times

New York Times
Fri, 18 Jan 2013 04:00:47 -0800

The fame that some engravers earned through their prints of 17th-century masters helped them play an important role in promoting the English landscape painters, whose work they chose to reproduce. Richard Wilson, the first great master of pure ...

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