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George Henry Jenkins (1843-1914)

A West Country artist who painted coastal, beach and moorland scenes extensively throughout Devon and Cornwall in both oil and watercolour. His subjects are all topographical featuring landscapes and seascapes. Examples of his work are held by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery. He exhibited at the Society of Western Artists, Plymouth Arts Club and at the RWA in Bristol. He showed a total of 20 works at the RWA between 1892 and 1895 at the annual Winter Exhibitions, subjects included On the Lledr, North Wales and in 1892 King Arthur's Castle, Tintagel. He did not appear to exhibit in London but did show Trawlers entering Plymouth Sound at the Dore Gallery in an exhibition of West Country artists around 1900. He also exhibited two Dartmoor views at the Elands Gallery in Exeter in 1907

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'A Dartmoor Stream' Oil Painting by George Henry Jenkins
"A Dartmoor Stream" oil painting by George Henry Jenkins. George Henry Jenkins 1843-1914 lived in Plymouth and exhibited at the Society of Wester...
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