Here are all the paintings of William Henry Pyne 01
Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z
Boy playing a drum in the garden of a Country House
an attempt at a circular flowerbed filled with a graduated planting.
The Pig Market,Bedford with a View of St Mary's Church (mk47)
Watercolour and bodycolour
Cecil Higgins Art Gallery,Bedford
William Henry Pyne
English Painter, 1769-1843
English painter, illustrator and writer. He trained at the drawing academy of Henry Pars (c. 1733-1806) in London and first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1790. His drawings were almost always pen, ink and colour wash (e.g. Gossip at the Cottage Door, 1794; London, BM). His most characteristic works are the illustrations for the books Microcosm (1803-8) and The Costume of Great Britain (1808) in which he successfully placed groups of well-observed characters in picturesque settings. Pyne had been a founder of the Old Water-Colour Society in 1804 but resigned in 1809 when it refused to increase its membership to greater than 24 artists.