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John Absolon

John Absolon Drawing - A Summer Idle by John Absolon

A Summer Idle

Distant Thoughts

The Emigrant Ship

John Absolon (1815 – May 5, 1895) was a British watercolor painter, born in London in 1815. He studied in London and then Paris.

Absolon also created landscapes, portraying scenes from Switzerland and Italy.

Among his works are:

Metare (1845)
First night in the monastery, Dopscen (1856)
Coast scene, Normandy (1860; Victoria and Albert Museum, London) [1]
Goldsmith workshop (1860)
The haymakers (Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney) [2]

Absolon also created landscapes, portraying scenes from Switzerland and Italy.
References

"Coast Scene, Normandy". Victoria & Albert. Retrieved 2011-03-12.

"The Haymakers by John Absolon". Art Gallery of New South Wales. Retrieved 2011-03-12.

External links

John Absolon letter, 1849 Jan. 7 from the collection of the Archives of American Art

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