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James Baker Pyne

 (1800 - 1870)
James Baker Pyne was active/lived in United Kingdom, England.  James Pyne is known for English water views, landscape and country scene painting.

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James Baker Pyne


James Baker Pyne (1800-70) was an English landscape painter who became a successful follower of J.M.W. Turner, after having been in his earlier years a member of the Bristol School of artists and a follower of Francis Danby.

Pyne was born on 5 December 1800 in Bristol, England and taught himself to paint.  He took part in the sketching activities of the Bristol School in the 1820s, and exhibited for the first time in Bristol in 1824.  His style and subject matter, namely the atmospheric depiction of local landscapes and imaginary scenes, were those of Danby and the Bristol School, among whom he was one the most able oil painters.  Examples were Imaginary Scene (1828) and View of the Avon from Durdham&nbs  ...  Displaying 750 of 3813 characters.



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About  James Baker Pyne

Born:  1800 - Bristol, England
Died:   1870 - London, England
Known for:  English water views, landscape and country scene painting