JOHN CHARLES MAGGS

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John Charles Maggs (1819-1896) was a famous Bath coaching painter. He ran a school of painting at 34 Gay Street in Bath, and despite never exhibiting in London he was widely patronised by lovers of coaching, including Queen Victoria. Maggs carried the tradition of coaching painting well into the railway age, and was particularly fond of painting coaches in snow. His paintings were particularly highly regarded for their detail and realistic depiction of life.

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JOHN CHARLES MAGGS (1819-1896)
A Painting titled 'A Coach in the Snow Outside an Inn'
'A Coach in the Snow Outside an Inn'.
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Adrian Alan
JOHN CHARLES MAGGS (1819-1896)
A Set of Four Paintings of 'Coaching Scenes'
'Coaching Scenes: A Set of Four' each signed and variously dated J.C. Maggs 1877/1878. In Giltwood Frames.
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Adrian Alan