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    I'm trying to find the artist who did these paintings and find out where they're located?

    One painting is entitled "Riverside Dingle Bank Watercolour 1893" and and the other ""Riverside Dingle Bank Watercolour 1893" appeared in the back of the guide to the Liverpool International Garden Festival, 1984. Unfortunately, there are no references for the artist except to say that he/she was "to paint several scenes here." Both paintings look like they are of Dingle Bank.

    The publisher of the guide was Brunswick Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd. but I'm not sure whether they're still in business?







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    There are two Dingle watercolourists, Thomas being the younger was painting at this time.
    There are examples of his work to view, just to see if you regognise the style? If you so wish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oudeis View Post
    There are two Dingle watercolourists, Thomas being the younger was painting at this time.
    There are examples of his work to view, just to see if you regognise the style? If you so wish.
    Thanks Oudeis, but the Dingle is the subject not the name of the artist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dazza View Post
    Thanks Oudeis, but the Dingle is the subject not the artist.
    No.

    You surmise that. There is nothing to say what they are pictures of.

    Being a cataloguer can be a tedious job.

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    Oh!

    Ok under the pictures it does say Dingle this and Dingle that, but still.

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