Watercolour Painting in the 19th century

North-east Fine Art dealers, John Nicholson and Dunelm Fine Art, recently invited me to submit an article for their new website.

As they have a particularly good collection of watercolour paintings, (in particular, many of the Northumberland coast), I decided that my article would examine how and why watercolour painting proliferated during the 19th century; and the reasons may be more interesting and diverse than you might think.

If you’d like to read the article, please follow the below link and keep checking back for another addition in the future: http://www.johnnicholsonfineart.co.uk/latestnews/

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