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Solway Moss: Evening by William Simson

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William Simson

Solway Moss: Evening

Artist: William Simson
Title: Solway Moss: Evening
Date: 1830
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description: 66.7 by 94 cm. Exhibited at Royal Scottish Academy, 1831 (167). Turner had painted Solway Moss in 1801.


Gallery: National Gallery of Scotland
Location: Gretna


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Solway Moss: Evening

About the Artist

Artist: William Simson
Date of Birth: 1800
Date of Death: 1847
Place of Death: London
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Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy


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Bibliography:
Scottish Painting Past and Present 1620-1908, James L Caw, Kingsmead Reprints, 1975


Notes:
Painter in oil of landscapes, portraits, sporting subjects and historical genre. His Solway Moss Evening is in the National Gallery of Scotland. Caw considered it "by far his finest work" (see bibliography).