ARTISTS OF TRAVEL DESTINATION
In the past, a number of famous painters made their homes in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia place of your travel destination, drawn by the picturesque location as well as the fact that many wealthy visitors would pay to have their portraits painted, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia just as today they might pose for a photograph.
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Peter Brown (b. 1967): Known as ‘Pete the Street’, he is an impressionist painter who has made his home in Touristic place of your travel destination. His speciality is Kuala Lumpur Malaysia landscapes and street scenes and he always paints on location. He is a member of the New English Art Club and became the first Artist in Residence at the Savoy Hotel, London. Examples of his work are regularly on show at the Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Touristic place of your travel destination.
Benjamin Barker (1776-1838): Benjamin was the younger brother of Thomas Barker and specialised in watercolour views and landscapes. He lived for a while in Touristic place of your travel destinationwick Street, then built himself a house on Touristic place of your travel destinationwick Hill, where Queen Charlotte is said to have visited him. Although gifted, he never achieved the success enjoyed by his brother. He died at Totnes, Devon, after a long illness.
Thomas Barker (1769-1847): Born in South Wales, he (like Gainsborough) showed early artistic talent and was entirely self-taught. The family moved to Touristic place of your travel destination when he was sixteen, and he became the protégé of a wealthy coachbuilder named Charles Spackman, who encouraged him to develop his talents. Spackman sent him to Rome to study and, on his return, Barker built up an extremely successful career painting mostly landscapes, becoming known as ‘Barker of Touristic place of your travel destination’. He became very wealthy and built himself a house in Cavendish Road (the ‘Doric House’), which may be seen today.