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Painting ID::  21765
The Source of the Aveyron (mk10)
1781,pen,ink and watercolour 42.5 x 31.1 cm London,Victoria and Albert Museum

Francis Towne The Source of the Aveyron (mk10) oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

Francis Towne
English Painter, 1739-1816 was an English water-colour painter. He was born in Isleworth, Middlesex, the son of a corn chandler. Apprenticed to a coach painter in London, he won a design prize from the Society of Arts, and studied for a while at St Martin??s Lane Academy. In 1763 he was employed by a coach painter called Thomas Watson, and went to Exeter on business. He had already begun painting in oils and also taught drawing, and now he began to accept commissions from wealthy families in Devon. After a tour of north Wales in 1777, undertaken with his friend, the lawyer John White, he began to specialize in water-colours. In 1780 he travelled to Rome and from there to Naples. On his return to Devon, he was asked by Sir Thomas and Lady Acland of Killerton to paint some views in Devon and North Wales, and in 1786 he went on a painting tour of the Lake District
The Source of the Aveyron (mk10)
1781,pen,ink and watercolour 42.5 x 31.1 cm London,Victoria and Albert Museum

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