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Here are all the paintings of Richard Wilson 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
90674 Ariccia, umgesturtzter Baum Richard Wilson Ariccia, umgesturtzter Baum c. 1750(1750) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 47.5 x 73 cm (18.7 x 28.7 in) cjr
35402 Ceyx and Alcyone Richard Wilson Ceyx and Alcyone mk102 1768 Oil on canvas 101.6x127.1cm National Museums
89869 Hounslow Heath Richard Wilson Hounslow Heath 1770(1770) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 43 x 53 cm cjr
61615 Lake Avernus I, by Richard Wilson, Richard Wilson Lake Avernus I, by Richard Wilson, Lake Avernus I, by Richard Wilson, c. 1765
84376 Landscape Capriccio with Tomb of the Horatii and Curiatii, and the Villa of Maecenas at Tivoli Richard Wilson Landscape Capriccio with Tomb of the Horatii and Curiatii, and the Villa of Maecenas at Tivoli Date 1754(1754) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 99.1 x 134.5 cm (39 x 53 in) cjr
89165 Meleager and Atalanta Richard Wilson Meleager and Atalanta c. 1770(1770) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Height: 1,045 cm (411.4 in). Width: 1,295 cm (509.8 in). cjr
78061 Portrait of Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-1788), Italian painter Richard Wilson Portrait of Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-1788), Italian painter 1751 cjr
61616 River Scene with Castle, Richard Wilson River Scene with Castle, River Scene with Castle, 1751-1757, Richard Wilson V&A Museum no. 246&:1-1876
91564 Ruinen der Villa des Maecenas in Tivoli Richard Wilson Ruinen der Villa des Maecenas in Tivoli c. 1757(1757) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 122 x 170 cm cjr
91706 Ruinen der Villa des Maecenas in Tivoli Richard Wilson Ruinen der Villa des Maecenas in Tivoli c. 1757(1757) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 122 X 170 cm cjr
68811 the destruction of the children of niobe Richard Wilson the destruction of the children of niobe 1760 oil on canvas 147.4x188cm se
75958 The Temple of the Sybil and the Campagna, Richard Wilson The Temple of the Sybil and the Campagna, The Temple of the Sybil and the Campagna, c. 1765, oil on canvas painting by Richard Wilson, Kimbell Art Museum. cjr
68854 the thames near twickemham Richard Wilson the thames near twickemham 1762 oil on canvas 56x88cm se

Richard Wilson
Welsh Romantic Painter, ca.1713-1782 was a Welsh landscape painter, and one of the founder members of the Royal Academy in 1768. Wilson has been described as '...the most distinguished painter Wales has ever produced and the first to appreciate the aesthetic possibilities of his country.' Wilson is considered to be the father of landscape painting in Britain. The son of a clergyman, Wilson was born in Penegoes, Montgomeryshire. The family was an old and respected one, and Wilson was first cousin to Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden. In 1729 he went to London where he began as a portrait painter, under the apprentership of an obscure artist, Thomas Wright. From 1750 to 1757 he was in Italy and adopted landscape on the advice of Francesco Zuccarelli. Painting in Italy and afterwards in England, he was the first major British painter to primarily concentrate on landscape. He composed well, but saw and rendered only the general effects of nature thereby creating a personal, ideal style influenced by Claude Lorrain and the Dutch landscape tradition. According to John Ruskin, he "paints in a manly way, and occasionally reaches exquisite tones of colour." He concentrated on painting Italianate landscapes and landscapes based upon classsical literature, but when his painting The Destruction of the Children of Niobe (c.1759-60) won high acclaim he gained many commissions from wealthy families seeking classical potrayals of their estates.
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