(1681 - 1749)
Peter Monamy was active/lived in United Kingdom. Peter Monamy is known for landscape, seascape paintings, ships.
Biography Peter Monamy
In 1736, Petet Monamy, together with William Hogarth and Francis Hayman, were commissioned to assist in the decorations of the newly-opened pleasure gardens at Vauxhall; all four of his paintings were subsequently engraved. Encouraged by Hogarth, Monamy also produced a major port scene for Thomas Coram's Foundling Hospital. The location of this work is now unknown.
Monamy painted storms, calms, Thames views and naval actions, and working on canvas, panel and copper; he also etched and engraved.
Monamy produced work for the Royal family, for the aristocracy and gentry (including the Byngs, a powerful naval family), for City merchants and livery halls. Taking up a tradition which he had inherited from Dutch pa
... Displaying 750 of 1326 characters.
also viewed by people who viewed Peter Monamy