Thomas Miles Richardson Jnr (1813-1890)


Thomas Miles Richardson Jr. was born in 1813 and was the son of the Newcastle landscape painter of same name - Thomas Miles Richardson Snr (1784–1848). He was trained as an artist by his father. He began his career in Newcastle, with his first work being exhibited at the age of 14. Richardson Jr. travelled extensively and lived in London for most of his adult life. Some of his works are held by the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle.

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Thomas Miles Richardson Jr
- Photo by Cundall, Downes & Co albumen print on card mount, published 1864. Image from the National Portrait Gallery, London, licensed for use under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND ...

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Ouseburn Bridge by Thomas Miles Richardson
- "Ouseburn Bridge, near Newcastle, built by the Newcastle and North Shields Railway in the 1830s using laminated timber arches on masonry piers, similar to the Wiebeking system used in Paris ...

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Thomas Miles Richardson Snr (1784–1848)
- Overview About Thomas Miles Richardson Thomas Miles Richardson (1784–1848) was a landscape painter. He was born in Newcastle on the 15th of May 1784. His father, George Richardson (d. 1806) ...
Laing Art Gallery
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Laing Art Gallery
- Overview About the Laing Map Street View The gallery is free to enter and is located on a pedestrianised section of New Bridge Street by its junction with John Dobson ...

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