'The Quayside, Newlyn' (late 19th century) by Walter Langley (1852-1922). English painter and founder of the Newlyn School of plein air artists. Langley initially benefited little from the school's growing fame, partly because of his working-class origins and partly because until 1892 he painted largely in watercolor rather than the more prestigious medium of oils.

'The Quayside, Newlyn' (late 19th century) by Walter Langley (1852-1922). English painter and founder of the Newlyn School of plein air artists. Langley initially benefited little from the school's growing fame, partly because of his working-class origins and partly because until 1892 he painted largely in watercolor rather than the more prestigious medium of oils.

Walter Langley  " Never morning wore to evening but some heartbreak "  Date painted: 1894  Oil on canvas, 122 x 152.4 cm  Collection: Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

Walter Langley " Never morning wore to evening but some heartbreak " Date painted: 1894 Oil on canvas, 122 x 152.4 cm Collection: Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

Edmund Blair Leighton My Fair Lady   1914

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