James Baker Pyne (5 December 1800 – 29 July 1870) was an English landscape painter who became a successful follower of Turner, after having been in his earlier years a member of the Bristol School of artists and a follower of Francis Danby.

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Bristol school

Bristol school refers to artists associated with Bristol in the early 1800s and inspired by local scenery especially the River ...

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