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John Boyne, born in the County Down about 1750, is known as a water-colour painter of some repute. He was apprenticed to William Byrne, the landscape engraver, but it is said led a wild kind of life. He died in 1810.

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Attributed to John Boyne Landscape, a Rocky Cove

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