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Bridge Over Thames by J. H. Lewis
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COLOR green/multi; frame, gold
DIMENSIONS 16" L x 19" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE OF oil on canvas; frame, wood
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Why we love this
Oil on canvas painting of a bridge over the Thames river by John Hardwicke Lewis (English 1840-1927). Signed lower right. Displayed in a giltwood frame. Originally from Worcester, he moved to London at an early age where he found work in the famous West End galleries. Known for his landscapes and Thames inspired works, Lewis joined the Royal Academy in 1899. He has 18 works currently in the BBC collection.
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