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Henry Jutsum, a landscape painter, was born in London in 1816. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1836 and in 1839 he became a student of James Stark. In 1843, having turned his attention to watercolor painting, he was elected a member of the New Water-Colour Society but withdrew from it in 1847. At this point in his career, Jutsum painted mostly in oil and died in London in 1869. His principle works include: The Foot-Bridge (South Kensington), Tintern Ab (showing 500 of 8869 characters).