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James R Webb, (1825–1895) was a British painter specialising in marine views and landscapes. He lived all his life in Chelsea, London. He exhibited in London at the Royal Academy of London* and the British Institute between 1850 and 1888, and many of his works still hang in London in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Tate Gallery*.
Other works are found in a large number of provincial galleries. Webb was a pupil of Clarkson Frederick Stanfield.
His father Archibald Webb and his brother Byron Webb were also noted painters.
• 1857: The Lock
• 1859: A Barge in a Norfolk Landscape
• 1864: Fishing off the coast "Oil painting on canvas by James Webb"
• 1865: On a choppy sea
• 1870: View of Cologne with incomplete dome
• c.1870: Stricken Vessel off Harbour with Watching Fisherfolk'
• 1874: River Landscape
• 1875: Cartagena
• 1875: Vessels moored at the steps of a Moorish palace
• 1876: Givet
• 1876: Dinant, Belgium
• 1876-1885: Old Kew Bridge, London – which is held at the Museum of London
• 1877: Heidelberg
• 1883: Birkhamstead
• 1888: Off to the fishing grounds
"James Webb", Wikipedia, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Webb_%28painter%29 (Accessed 6/24/2013)
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