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John Emms is considered one of England's most important sporting and animal painters. He was born in London in 1843 and died in Lyndhurst, Hants in 1912, where he had established his studio. Emms exhibited at the British Institute, Suffolk Street and at the National Watercolor Society. Listed: The Dictionary of Victorian Painters, 2nd edition The Royal Society of British Artists, 1824-1873 E. Benezit Thieme-Becker Lexicon

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JOHN EMMS (1843-1912)
A Sportsman with his Spaniels
John Emms (1844-1912) John Emms became Lord Leighton's assistant in Lyndhurst in 1872, but was already established as an artist of considerable...
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JOHN EMMS (1843-1912)
A Successful Shoot
Signed ” JNO Emms ” lower left Oil on Canvas. Size 36 x 27.5 inches ( 91 x 70 cm )
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JOHN EMMS (1843-1912)
Gun Dogs after the Shoot
Signed with monogram lower left Oil on Canvas. Size 23 x 18.5 inches (59 x 47 cm)
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JOHN EMMS (1843-1912)
Sharing supper
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