Francis Holman

active 1767–1790


Francis Holman (1729–1784) was a British maritime painter, little recognised during his own lifetime, but whose paintings are now sought after. He is also notable as the teacher of Thomas Luny.

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Francis Holman A Dockyard at Wapping



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