james howe carse

c1819-1900 Australia-Landscapes

 

Brief Biography-James Howe Carse the landscape painter was the son of Alexander Carse, a painter of Scottish live. James had his formal training at the Royal Scottish Academy which his father was involved in. He exhibited many of his paintings in England and he won a first prize at the Inter-Colonial Exhibition in Chicago in 1866.
When he traveled to New Zealand and Australia in 1869, engravings of his paintings were published in news publications. He enjoyed considerable success in Australia selling his works at high prices. He went on to help found the Art Society of New South Wales. In his later years alcohol got the better of him and he died from related diseases in 1900.

 

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burragorang valley

burragorang valley near picton

a colonial family

a colonial family mosman

oldham

oldham from glodwick

waterfall sydney

waterfall sydney

cattle landscape

cattle in a landscape

riddells creek

riddells creek mount macedon

old gum tree

old gum tree riddells creek

view of melbourne

view of melbourne


tilba tilba

tilba tilba