"Brougham Castle" Original Watercolor by James Lawson Stewart, c. 1890
An original watercolor by British artist James Lawson Stewart (1841-1929) titled "Brougham Castle", c. 1890. Stewarts work can be found in Museums around Great Britain. Beautifully framed with matting from Holland and moulding from Spain. Framed size: "16" x 19". Image size: 5" x 8.5.
James Lawson Stewart (British: 1841-1929), flourished from 1883-1889. James was born at Southwark, England on 3 July 1841 and was christened at Christ Church, Southwark, on 30 January 1842. His father, James Stewart, was a baker, and his mother Eliza Lawson took over the family business when his father died in 1850. James Lawson Stewart was primarily a painter of views of the streets and buildings of the cities where he lived, London and Edinburgh. Some of his London street scenes also appeared as illustrations in Charles Dickens' novels. James Lawson Stewart's was also an Architect and Surveyor.
FRAMED: HEIGHT: 16 in | WIDTH: 19 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 5 in | WIDTH: 8½ in
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