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Fine Art, Antiques, Jewellery, Gold & Silver, Porcelain and Quality Collectables - Day Two - Friday 14th June 2019

Henry Harris Lines (British 1800-1889) Untitled Watercolour On Paper Framed mounted and glazed, signed

to lower left. Depicting a mountainous Swiss lake scene with figures to foreground. Good condition, 11 x 18 1/2 inches. Catalogue Note. Henry Harris Lines was an artist and archeologist and trained in Birmingham, eventually becoming a pupil of David Cox. He exhibited at the Royal Academy for the first time in 1818 and was elected a member of Birmingham Society of Artists in 1826. In the early 1820s he travelled to Switzerland; towards the end of the decade, he accompanied David Cox to Haddon Hall and other parts of Derbyshire and the Yorkshire Dales. He moved to Worcester and spent most of his life as an art teacher


Henry Harris Lines (British 1800-1889) Untitled Watercolour On Paper Framed mounted and glazed, signed

to lower left. Depicting a mountainous Swiss lake scene with figures to foreground. Good condition, 11 x 18 1/2 inches. Catalogue Note. Henry Harris Lines was an artist and archeologist and trained in Birmingham, eventually becoming a pupil of David Cox. He exhibited at the Royal Academy for the first time in 1818 and was elected a member of Birmingham Society of Artists in 1826. In the early 1820s he travelled to Switzerland; towards the end of the decade, he accompanied David Cox to Haddon Hall and other parts of Derbyshire and the Yorkshire Dales. He moved to Worcester and spent most of his life as an art teacher

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