The paintings of John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836-1893) are well known and utterly distinctive. He was inspired to take up landscape painting by another Leeds artist, John Inchbold, and his early works are painted in the Pre-Raphaelite landscape style. He produced several very fine works, including some of the Lake District and Yorkshire. He is now best known for his dock scenes and moonlit landscapes. Despite the vast quantity of paintings and drawings produced, only a few are in public museums and galleries, the majority being in private collections, and rarely seen. Leeds City Art Gallery has a good collection of his work.
ARC: John Atkinson Grimshaw
Artist's biography and images of his works.
Artcyclopedia: Atkinson Grimshaw
Guide to pictures of his works in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
The Athenaeum: John Atkinson Grimshaw
Gallery containing a total of 24 paintings.
Atkinson Grimshaw - Hard times:
Article from the Daily Mail regarding the Victorian artist who mastered the night but was overshadowed by debt.
Christie's - John Atkinson Grimshaw
Detailed description on one of his masterpieces 'November'.
Collection Tate: John Atkinson Grimshaw
List of works and biography.
John Atkinson Grimshaw
Brief biography of the Leeds born Victorian artist. From Spartacus Educational.
Grimshaw's biography and works.
Sphinx Fine Art - John Atkinson Grimshaw
Biography focused on his career including a detailed description on his painting 'Greenock Harbour at Night'.
Victorian Web - Atkinson Grimshaw
Overview with an introduction to his life and a list paintings and drawings.
Wikipedia - John Atkinson Grimshaw
Encyclopedia article featuring a biography and further reading sources regarding the Victorian-era artist.
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