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 John Perry Newell  (1832 - 1898)

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Lived/Active: Rhode Island      Known for: view-structures, harbors, graphics

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John Perry Newell
from Auction House Records.
New York Harbor View of Governor's and Staten Island
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Biography from Roger King Fine Art:
Born in Newport, Rhode Island, John Perry Newell was a well-known lithographer. Paintings by the artist are scarce, but no less accomplished.

Newell studied lithography in Boston at John H. Bufford's firm and by the mid-1850s was producing marine scenes and views of towns in Rhode Island and Massachusetts that met with great popularity.  In the 1860s he sketched around Lake Champlain and was thought to have worked in Brussels some time during the 1870s.  When Newport experienced an influx of newly-affluent residents in the 1870s, Newell began to receive commissions to make drawings of the newly-built mansions.  He generally worked independently and published his own prints, though he continued to draw for Bufford, Endicott & Company, and for Robertson, Seibert & Shearman. 

In 1882 he moved to England, working an an art critic for several newspapers and continuing to make lithographs. He died in Brighton in 1898.

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The correction to  his date of death was  supplied by  Graham Boettcher, Ph.D.,  of  the Yale University Art Gallery.

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