(mid 19th century)
John Day was active/lived in Ireland. John Day is known for landscape, coastal view painting.
Biography John Day
Primarily a landscape painter, John Day found reasonable success
and patronage in Cork city. He was regularly noticed in the local
newspapers; for instance, in April 1857 students of the Crawford
School of Art were enjoined to visit the studio of John Day where
"many clever landscapes" - including one destined for
the Glasgow Art Union - were on display (see Peter Murray, Illustrated
Summary Catalogue of the Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork, 1992,
In 1882 his painting 'Carragaline River' was loaned by Alderman
William Hegarty to the Irish Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures
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