JOHN MILES OF NORTHLEACH

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Born in Farmington, Gloucestershire, in 1781, John Miles came from a prolific and prominent family in the Northleach and Farmington area of Gloucestershire. Although little is known about his life in general, John Miles was listed in the 1841 census, at the age of 60, as an artist, along with one of his sons, Henry, who was a painter. Miles' paintings, which normally depict prize winning animals and contemporary everyday scenes and events, are signed and normally dated, giving evidence that the bulk of his work was executed between circa 1820 and 1840.

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JOHN MILES OF NORTHLEACH (1781-1850)
Oil Painting of a Horse entitled ‘Old Tom’
According to anecdotal stories passed down through the generations, Old Tom was the prized hunter of a Henry Charles, farmer and maltster, from Sum...
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Duncan J. Baggott
JOHN MILES OF NORTHLEACH (1781-1850)
Painting, Oil on Canvas of Thomas Lloyd’s three prize-winning sheep
The sheep are depicted in a landscape and the picture is inscribed ‘A sweepstake of one sovereign each, 3 subscribers and three sovereigns added ...
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Duncan J. Baggott