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  1. John Russell (29 de marzo de 1745-20 de abril de 1806) fue un renombrado pintor inglés, famoso por su trabajo como retratista al óleo y al pastel, así como por su labor como escritor y profesor de técnicas pictóricas. Perteneció a la Royal Academy of Arts. Russell nació en Guildford, Surrey.

  2. Artist page for John Russell (1744–1807) John Russell RA (29 March 1745 – 20 April 1806) was an English painter renowned for his portrait work in oils and pastels, and as a writer and teacher of painting techniques.

  3. Biography Working in fin-de-siècle Europe, John Russell was the only Australian painter to have been closely associated with some of the most original and influential artists of late 19th-century France, including Auguste Rodin, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh and Henri Matisse.

  4. John Russell is a superb contemporary artist and his work is deeply powerful. At once highly stylised and routed in the tradition of natural landscape painting, Russell’s art is distinctive and always gives pause for reflection. Buy John Russell Landscapes - Free UK Delivery Over £150 Bold Striking Landscapes

  5. John Russell a Scottish Artist, living on a farm in Northern England. Depicting British landscapes in his original art by combining a mix of traditional painting with a contemporary finish. His brooding skies which frame a dramatically lit foreground, bringing in strong vibrant colours to give a more contemporary finish to the artworks.

  6. 10 de mar. de 2023 · A profile portrait of the painter and pastellist John Russell, R.A. (1745-1806). This drawing is fairly typical of Dance's 'heads', being in monochrome with pink chalk applied to the lips and cheek. Like a number of other portraits in this group, the waistcoat and chairback are also coloured pink.

  7. Scottish artist John Russell lives on a farm in the north of England, which is the inspiration for his rural landscape paintings. Using the familiar scenes around him, as well as the sites he has visited all over Britain, John creates paintings ranging from Highland crofts to Cornish mines.