John Emms  (British, 1843-1912) 

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John Emms, Gun Dogs After The Shoot

 

John Emms
Gun Dogs After The Shoot
The Taylor Gallery - London
John Emms, Lord Edward

 

John Emms
Lord Edward
Mark Murray Fine Paintings
John Emms, Otter Hounds and a terrier by a bridge - tired out

 

John Emms
Otter Hounds and a terrier by a bridge - tired out
Waterhouse & Dodd
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John Emms, Paddy and Ned

 

John Emms
Paddy and Ned, 1894
oil on canvas

 

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John Emms, Studies of Tricksy (pair)

 

John Emms
Studies of Tricksy (pair), 1903
oil on canvas

 

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John Emms, The meeting

 

John Emms
The meeting, 1903
oil on canvas

 

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  John Emms was born at Blofield, Norfolk, the son of the artist Henry William Emms. An interest in art took him to London and for some time he worked as Frederic, Lord Leighton's studio assistant. Emms helped Leighton to execute the fresco of The Ten Virgins in Lyndhurst Parish Church, adding the owl, a symbol of Sloth.
  From 1866 onwards, Emms exhibited at the Royal Academy, Suffolk Street and various other venues. In 1875, the London exhibition entitled The Beauties of the New Forest included three of his paintings. He returned to Lyndhurst in 1872.
  Endowed with artistic talent, equestrian accomplishment and social grace, Emms rapidly acquired a large clientele and was commissioned to paint horses, hounds and dog portraits, often travelling extensively around the country. In 1880, he married Fanny Primmer, the daughter of a Lyndhurst gentleman; after the marriage they settled in London. He returned to Lyndhurst in 1881 and built a large house and studio named The Firs, where he remained for the rest of his life.
  Emms was an artist of considerable ability; his early works were painted with precision and the use of glazing; he later developed a more fluent and direct approach, using a more limited palette. He was a prolific painter and was admired for the vitality of his animal portraits and his depiction of dogs.
1864 - 1903   , Royal Academy London, England
1875   The Beauties of the New Forest, London, England
  , Southampton Art Society England
  National Gallery of Scotland Scotland
  Russell-Cotes Art Gallery Bournemouth, England


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