A. R. Quinton

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Quinton's drawing of Cannon Hall, Hampstead, 1911.

Alfred Robert Quinton (1853–1934)[1] was an English watercolour artist, known for his paintings of British villages and landscapes. Many of these were published as postcards, which are popular with today's collectors. His paintings have also been published in many calendars. Well over 2,000 of his paintings were published between 1904 and the time of his death. He also illustrated a number of books including "The Historic Thames" by Hilaire Belloc.

He lived in Fortis Green, north London.

Illustrated books[edit]


  1. ^ "Suffolk Artists - QUINTON, Alfred Robert". suffolkartists.co.uk. Retrieved 26 January 2019.

Further reading[edit]

Quinton, A. R. The Rural England of A.R.Quinton (J. Salmon Ltd. 1990)

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