1758, Sep 91840, Apr 10
a Scottish portrait and landscape painter, a pupil of Allan Ramsay[2]. His landscapes are all of actual places, and architecture is usually an important element. Some works were painted to illustrate the effects that new buildings would have on an area, such as Inverary from the Sea, painted for the Duke of Argyll to show the setting of a proposed lighthouse.
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Patrick Nasmyth
...painter. He was the eldest son of the famous artist Alexander Nasmyth, whilst his younger brother, James Nasmyth, was...
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