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Jone's Views III Giclee
Jone's Views III
12" x 16"
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J. P. Neale (Born in 1780) was a landscape and architectural draughtsman from England. Much of his work was drawn. However, he produced the occasional oil or watercolor paintings. Engravers used his drawings on a regular basis. His earliest works were drawings of insects. He was super excited about being an artist because it gave him the opportunity to showcase his talent and gave his fans a chance to see his art and how he liked to put elements of art together. He created artwork that’s sassy, quirky and a bit bold. In the spring of 1796, while in Hornsey Wood in search of specimens, the artist met Varley John who was a renowned water-color painter. The two projected a work that they titled “The Picturesque Cabinet of Nature,” for which he (Neale) was to color and etch the plates, while John was to make the landscape drawings.

He knew that his early efforts would set him on the path of a longtime career in the field of art. He’s open to learning and was always on the lookout for new styles and techniques that could help him serve his clients better. He’s best known for his architectural drawings, though some of his works were in oil-colors. He executed these in pen and tinted them with water-colors. His art is in numerous private and public collections all over the word. In 1816, Neale began the publication of the “History and Antiquities” which was completed, 7 years later, in 1823. The publication was about the Abbey Church of St Peter, Westminster, and was published in two quarto volumes. The descriptive text was provided by Wedlake Edward Brayley.
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