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John Clayton Adams
painting by John Clayton Adams
1840 - 1906
painting by John Clayton Adams
Harvest Time, Surrey
painting by John Clayton Adams
Stock code: S3806
Signed and Dated 1874, Oil on Canvas, 14 x 21 inches / 35.56 x 53.34 cm
Price category: B: 5.000 - 10,000

painting by John Clayton Adams
John Clayton Adams was a Surrey Landscape painter. He lived in Edmonton and Guildford.

He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1863-93, at The Royal Society of British Artists, Suffolk Street, the New Watercolour Society, at the Grosvenor Gallery and at the New Gallery.

His subjects were mainly views of Surrey and the Southern counties. His landscapes were painted in a rich broad technique; they are natural, realistic and full of feeling for light and colour.

painting by John Clayton Adams
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