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James Elliot (Born in 1850) was a landscape painter, principally of Welsh landscapes. Between 1884 and 1897 he exhibited at the annual exhibitions of the Royal Academy, and also in London at the Suffolk Street Gallery. Elliot lived at various addresses in Manchester and on the 1881 census his birthplace was given as Scotland. He was born in The Snowdonia village, which was a thriving centre for artists during the 1800s. Later on, The Snowdonia village became known as the first colony of artists in Britain. Elliot loved art from his childhood. In fact at the age of four, he was already drawing very beautiful images. He could always fill his free time with drawing on any surface that was available. He knew that one day he would become a professional artist. His dream came to pass because he became a professional artist who was respected by his peers.

His notable works include On the Gwyedd, Birch Wood in the Lledr Valley, On Snowdon, In the Valley of the Ogwen, Those Heavenly Hills All Veiled in Mist, Rain Clearing Off, A Quiet Spot for Contemplation, A Highland Loch, and The Last Rays of Sunlight, among others. Elliot exhibited at Kirklees Museums and Galleries, Williamson Art Galleries and Museums, and the National Gallery of Wales. His art can be seen at the Lytham St Annes Art Collection and in many other collections around the world. He used to paint in a range of textures strong and colors while the background had less detail so as not to interfere with the overall balance.
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