Henry William Banks Davis
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|Henry William Banks Davis|
Portrait of H W B Davis (unknown artist)
|Known for||Landscape art, Animal painter|
Life and works
Early works were influenced by the Preraphaelites but he later evolved a more individual style and worked on a larger scale. He achieved popularity and his art commanded high prices during his lifetime.
- A Placid Morning on the Wye.
- A Shady Spot on a Summers Day.
- A Spring Morning, 1866.
- An Orchard in Wales.
- Approaching Night, 1899 (Tate Gallery).
- Foxhounds in a Landscape.
- Gathering the Flocks, Loch Maree, 1883.
- Orchard with Sheep in Spring (in Wales).
- Portrait of a Jack Russell Terrier (in Regency Interior).
- Returning to the Fold, 1880 (Tate Gallery).
- Studies of a Welsh Cobb.
- Sunset over a Landscape.
- Towards Evening in the Forest.
- Wooded River Landscape with Cattle Watering.
- Mother and Son.
- Meynell, Wilfrid. The modern school of art, volume 2 pp. 71–76 (London, W.R. Howell, 1886-8).