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Lincluden Abbey by Samuel Prout

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Samuel Prout

Lincluden Abbey

Artist: Samuel Prout
Title: Lincluden Abbey
Date: Not Known
Medium: Not Known
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Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Dumfries


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Lincluden Abbey

About the Artist

Artist: Samuel Prout
Date of Birth: 1783
Date of Death: 1852
Place of Death: London
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Samuel Prout made a tour of Yorkshire and Scotland in 1818


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Painter in Water-Colours in Ordinary to King George the Fourth and later to Queen Victoria


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Samuel Prout was a teacher of John Ruskin.


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Notes:

Samuel Prout made frequent visits to the continent between 1819 and the 1840s.  Picturesque gothic architecture appealed to him greatly.

 

Prout's views of Venice predated those of JMW Turner.  Ruskin wrote "Sometimes I tire of Turner but never of Prout."