JOHN LEWIS WOOD (1813 - 1901)
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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Watercolour and Ink
265 mm x 225 mm
460 mm x 450 mm
Delicate watercolour and ink of a french street scene in Rouen
Lewis John Wood (1813-1901) was a highly accomplished British Architectural Artist and Lithographer principally known for his North European subjects. Exhibiting over 200 works at the Royal Academy and the British Institution the latter also known as the British Gallery founded in 1805 and disbanded 1867.