Louis Burleigh Bruhl

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Stambridge Mill viewed from the Fleet, 1909

Louis Burleigh Bruhl (20 July 1861 – 1942) was an English landscape artist.[1]

Bruhl was born in Bhagdad, Iraq. He was educated in Vienna and England, and studied medicine at the London Hospital.

Burleigh Bruhl was President of the Dudley Gallery Art Society.[2] He was also president of the Watercolour Society.[3]

In 1915 he published Essex water-colours which contained a selection of his Essex scenes.

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  1. ^ "Louis Burleigh Bruhl". National Portrait Gallery. 
  2. ^ "Dudley Gallery". Artist Biographies. 
  3. ^ Thres, Mark. "Prolific artist: Louis Burleigh Bruhl | Art and artists | Benfleet History". www.benfleethistory.org.uk. Benf;eet Community Archive. Retrieved 28 August 2017.