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John Frederick Lewis

 (1805 - 1876)
John Frederick Lewis was active/lived in United Kingdom.  John Lewis is known for Orientalist genre painting, figures.

John Frederick Lewis

Specializing in Oriental and Mediterranean scenes, he was born in London in 1805, the son of landscape painter and engraver Frederick Christian Lewis (1779-1856).

In the early years of his career, Lewis spent much of his time studying and drawing animals along with his friend, Edwin Landseer.  In 1827, he moved out of his family's house and set up his own studio.  From then on, he began painting almost exclusively in watercolors.  He also switched from animals and sporting subjects to landscapes, interiors and figure studies.  In March of 1827, Lewis became an Associate of the Old Water-Colour Society (O.W.C.S.) and was appointed a full member in June of 1829.

In 1829 he accompanied his father to Devons  ...  Displaying 750 of 2668 characters.

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About  John Frederick Lewis

Born:  1805 - London England
Died:   1876
Known for:  Orientalist genre painting, figures