James Whittet Smith (fl. 1859 – 1886)
A London, England based painter, James Whittet Smith exhibited with the Royal Academy of Arts* from 1862 to 1886. Between 1859 and 1886, he also exhibited with the Royal Society of British Artists*, the New Society of Painters in Water Colours and the Dudley Gallery. (1)(2)
His primary mediums were watercolors, pen & ink, and pencil. His best known subjects are European landscapes, usually mountain or wilderness scenes, occasionally with figures engaged in activities such as fishing and mountain climbing. His style was Realism*. A good example of his work is The Mer de Glace, Chamonix, which is illustrated by askART and was shown at the R
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