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Byron Webb
(English, fl.1846 -1866 )

Webb was a London painter of animals, especially highland deer in well-painted scenery, portraits of horses, hunting and skating scenes. He was a member of Webb family of painters (see also Archibald, Archibald, Jr. and James Webb). Exhibited, 1846-1866 at the Royal Academy, 1846-1858, British Institute and Suffolk Street, titles at the Royal Academy including "Red Deer, From Nature", 1846, "Abdallah;", 1854 (the property of Her Majesty The Queen), and "The Pick of the Fair-Coming Storm", 1858.


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