Antique Painting Collection


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Albrecht, Kurt
Andrews, Ambrose
Ballesio, Giuseppe
Bennett, Frank Moss
Boddington, Edwin Henry
Byles, William
Capeinick, Jean
Carlier, Max
Caser, Ettore
Clare, Oliver
Clare, Vincent
Collins, Charles
Cunaeus, Conradyn
Damschroeder, JJM
Daynes-Grassot, Suzanne
Downing, Delapore
Gallon, Robert
Goodall, Frederick
Grant, Gordon Hope
Hawthorne, Charles
Hemelman, A. B.
Hermanns, Heinrich
Hess, Marcel
Hooper, John H
Hughes, Talbot
Jacobs, Adolphe
Jacobsen, Antonio
Janssens, Rene
Knowles, George S.
Kuwasseg, Charles E.
Laudy, Jean
Levigne, Theodore
Lipscombe, Guy
Maes, Jacques
Maggs, John C
Meyer, Frederick W
Montague, Alfred
Mortelmans, Frans
Mottard, Leonie
Parker, Henry H.
Richter, Herbert D.
Rosen, Ernest
Schafer, Henry
Spohler, Jan Jacob
Stanfield, George C
Thompson, George A.
Thornley, William
Toussaint, Fernand
Van Sluys, Remi
Verbrugghe, Charles
Walsh, Lucie
Waugh, Frederick
Wheeler, Alfred
Williams, Albert
Williams, William of Plymouth
Wymer, Reginald


Joseph Thors

Thors

Artist:Joseph Thors
Title:Homeward Bound
Medium: Oil on Canvas 26" x 32"


JOSEPH THORS
BRITISH (1835-1884)
 

Joseph Thors was born in England on or around 1835.  He was a painter of landscapes, animals and water scenes.

While he lived in London, he worked primarily in the Midlands, and was regarded as a member of the Birmingham School.

Thors exhibited extensively throughout his career at the Royal Academy (1863 - 1878) as well as at the British Institute and the Royal Society of British Artists and Suffolk Street.  He also exhibited in Birmingham from 1869 until his death.

His intimate landscapes usually depict quiet rustic scenes with cottages, figures and animals, painted in a style which derives from the Norwich School.

While Thors usually painted on a small scale, when one of his larger canvases becomes available, they are highly sought after as he is indeed the vanguard of English Landscape Painting during the Victorian period.

He died in 1884.