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Framed Cannon Hall
Cannon Hall
by J. p. Neale
20" x 16" Frame
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J. P. Neale (Born in 1780) was born and raised in England. He did some of his works in oil-colors; but he’s best known for the architectural drawings which he executed in pen and then tinted with water-colors. In 1797, he exhibited two drawings of insects at the Royal Academy, and in 1804, he sent other drawings to the Royal Academy. These included a drawing of the Custom House, Dover. The artist continued to exhibit topographical landscapes and drawings until 1844. Being a landscape and architectural draughtsman, much of his work was drawn. However, he also produced occasional oil or watercolor paintings. He’s open to learning and was always on the lookout for new styles and techniques that could help him serve his clients better. Neale also contributed to the exhibitions in Oil and Water Colors of the Society of Painters in 1817 and 1818. Also, from time to time, he contributed to the exhibitions of the Society of British Artists and of the British Institutions. Engravers used his drawings on a regular basis. In the spring of 1796, while in Hornsey Wood in search of specimens, the artist met Varley John who was a renowned water-color painter. In 1816, Neale began the publication of the “History and Antiquities” which was completed, 7 years later, in 1823. The descriptive text was provided by Wedlake Edward Brayley. The publication was about the Abbey Church of St Peter, Westminster, and was published in two quarto volumes. Today, framed J. P. Neale art sell in large numbers because they can be used to decorate any space.
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