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John William Edy
Bergen, North
Date 1800 TTD
ID: 95600

John William Edy Bergen, North
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John William Edy

John William Edy (1760 ?C 1820) was an English painter. He worked for the publisher John Boydell in London, often anonymously. In the summer of 1800 Edy visited Norway on an assignment for Boydell together with the landscape painter William Fearnside. They were in Norway from July 31 and until the end of September the same year.   Related Paintings of John William Edy :. | Heliesund Harbour | View on Sinly | Romantic Bridge, near Skeen | Ulivold, the Seat of John Collett, Esq. | Rock near Lundy |
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