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Thomas Luny, Marine Painter

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. 18 (1886), pp. 443-449.


Robert Dymond

Prepared by Michael Steer

Thomas Luny (1759-1837) was a Royal Academician who specialised in seascapes and other sorts of marine works. He is thought to have lived and worked in Teignmouth from about 1810, where most of his artistic work took place. This paper, read at the Association's 1886 St Marychurch meeting introduces Luny; presents and discusses information on his life and times and describes several of his better-known paintings. It is supplemented by Part II, a catalogue of all, or most of his work, presented at the Association's 1887 meeting. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.


Aylmer, Captain the Hon F 449
Beer, Mr Alfred 448
Beer, Mr Robert 448
Boutflower, John Eaton 444
Bowden, Mr 449
Brine, Captain 442
Carew, Sir Walter 448
Cartwright, Rev Anson 449
Cartwright, Mr William 444
Christie's 448
Clifford, Lord 444
Disraeli, Benjamin 446
Drake, Mr F 449
Driffield, Mrs 448
Exmouth, Viscount 442
Francis, Mr J Deffett 448
Gompertz 447
Greenwood, Anne 444
Haswill, Mrs Elizabeth 444
Haswill, Mr Frederick Thame 444, 447-8
Hayman, William 444
Hill, Elizabeth 444
Hill, Samuel 444
Hill, Sarah 444
Hulme, Captain 447
Hutchinson, Mr P O 445-6
Luny, Thomas throughout
Nelson, Lord Horatio 442, 444
Parson, Captain John 442
Pellew, Sir Edward 442
Phephoe, William 444
Redgrave, Mr 447
Rodney, Admiral 447
Soper, Sarah 444
Spratt, Captain John 442
Tobin, Admiral George 442-3
Tobin, Lieutenant 449
Tozer, Mr John Chappell 444
Vandervelde 447
Wallace, Elizabeth 444
Wallace, Captain James RN 444
Walter, Mr James 447
Wardall, Henry 444
Watts, Mr W J 448
Webber, Anne 444
Whidborne, Mr J 448
Whiteway, Mr J Hayman 443, 449
Wight, Admiral 442