William Marlow

1740-1813 England/Marine Landscapes

 

Brief Biography-William Marlow was born at Southwark in London in 1740. Samuel Scott tutored him as a topographical artist, and he was also a pupil of Richard Wilson. Marlow entered the Incorporated Society of Artists, exhibiting regularly at Spring Gardens (Now Vauxhall Gardens) from 1762 and the Royal Academy between 1788 and 1807. After visiting Italy and France, he lived in Leicester Square, eventually settling in Twickenham. Most of his paintings are of London scenes, but he did some etchings of Italian Landscapes.

 

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Whitehall
London

Whitehall

Vesuvius
Erupting at Night

Vesuvius Erupting at Night

The River Thames
at Richmond

The River Thames at Richmond

Saint Paul's and
Blackfriars Bridge

Saint Paul's and Blackfriars Bridge

Chatsworth
House

Chatsworth House

A View of
London Bridge

A View of London Bridge

Castle on the Rhone
River France

Castle on the Rhone River France

View of
Matlock

View of Matlock

St Pablo Cathedral
and Grand Canal

Saint Pablo Cathedral and Grand Canal

The Bay of Naples
from Posillipo

The Bay of Naples from Posillipo