David James is famous for his marine paintings, but for pure studies of the sea rather than topographical coastal views. Much of his work was done on the south coast of Cornwall, particularly where the waves break against the shore; his specialty was in painting waves. He exhibited such images at the Royal Academy between 1881 and 1892. His works were much appreciated for their sensitive, dramatic treatment of the sea and striking colour.
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