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James Bourne, (Dalby, Lincolnshire 1773 - Sutton Coldfield 1854) was a water-colour landscape painter, working in London in the early part of the nineteenth century who later became a Methodist minister.

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Attributed to James Bourne, attributed to William Alfred Delamotte Rocks

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