William Payne 1760–1830
Topographer and Artist of the Picturesque
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This book traces William Payne's artistic development, from his early years as a draughtsman in plymouth in the 1780s to his time as the most fashionable drawing master of the day in georgian London, where he established his reputation as an artist of the picturesque.
Featuring 59 original Watercolours from important European private collections and 40 contemporary photographs of the related views.
HB, 300 x 240 mm, 160 pages, over 120 illustrations in colour