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Biography

John Preston Neale (1780–1847) was an English architectural and landscape draughtsman. Much of his work was drawn, although he produced the occasional watercolour or oil painting. His drawings were used on a regular basis by engravers. A major work, the Views of the seats, Mansions, Castles, etc. of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland was published in 6 volumes between 1819-23.

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Artworks

After John Preston Neale Lowther Castle, Westmoreland

date not known

Attributed to John Preston Neale View of Marnhead, Devonshire

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After John Preston Neale Remains of Walsingham Abbey, Norfolk, engraved by Scott

published 1812

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