Frederick Henry Henshaw
The Temple of Venus, Nero's Aquaduct and Convent of St. John and Paul, Rome

Rome by Henshaw

Medium:Watercolour and bodycolour Image Size: 210 x 290mm
Price: £POA framed Product code: henshaw1
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Artist's Biography
Frederick Henry Henshaw 1807 -1891
Landscape painter studied under J. V. Barber from the age of fourteen. In 1826 became a member of the Birmingham Society of Artists and in the same year he went to London and studied the works of the major English Landscape painters, especially Turner. In 1837 he travelled on the continent for three years, sketching in France, Germany, Switzerland and Italy.

In 1841 he returned to Birmingham where he remained for the rest of his life, making annual sketching tours. He painted mainly landscapes and occasional portraits and genre scenes in both oil and watercolour.
Address listed as Green Lanes, Birmingham.

Exhibited :
12 @ Royal Society of Artists Birmingham
25A loan exhibition of his works was held at Birmingham City Art Gallery in 1886. @ Royal Society of British Artists 1829 - 1845

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19th century painting of Rome by Henshaw

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