John Glover

1768-1849 England/Australia-Landscape

 

Brief Biography-John Glover of Leicester was a landscape watercolourist. In 1805, he became president of the Water-Colour Society in London and was a British Artists Society member. In 1831, Glover went to Tasmania and remained there for the rest of his life. He achieved high esteem through his landscapes, many of which were sent back to England and realised high prices. His works also sold well in France. A statue of him now stands in Evandale, Tasmania in appreciation of his enrichment to art in Australia

 

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At Matlock-
Mist Rising

At Matlock-Mist Rising


Mount Wellington
and Hobart Town

Mount Wellington and Hobart Town from Kangaroo Point

Launceston and
the river Tamar

Launceston and the river Tamar

Landscape View
in Cumberland

Landscape View in Cumberland


Mr Robinson's House
on the Derwent-

Mr Robinson's House on the Derwent-Van Diemen's Land

My Last View
of Italy

My Last View of Italy Looking from the Alps over Suza

Natives on the
Ouse River-

Natives on the Ouse River-Van Diemen's Land

Patterdale
Farm

Patterdale Farm

Sandown Bay from
near Shanklin Chine

Sandown Bay from near Shanklin Chine Isle of Wight

Patterdale Landscape
with Cattle

Patterdale Landscape with Cattle

The bath of Diana-
Van Diemen's Land

The bath of Diana-Van Diemen's Land

The Island
of Madeira

The Island of Madeira

Ullswater-Early
Morning

Ullswater-Early Morning

The Artist-s House
and Garden

The Artist-s House and Garden

My Harvest
Home

My Harvest Home

A Corroboree in Van
Diemen-s Land

A Corroboree in Van Diemen-s Land

The
Rainbow

The Rainbow

View in
North Wales

View in North Wales


Thirlmere

Thirlmere