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Edward Compton Mountain Landscape Paintings Set 2 [26 Images]

Edward Compton Mountain Landscape Paintings Set 2 [26 Images]

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Edward Compton (1881-1960) was a British landscape painter known for his watercolor paintings of Alpine mountain scenery. He was born in Stoke Newington, London, and studied at the Slade School of Fine Art in London.

Compton first visited the Alps in 1902 and was captivated by their beauty. He returned to the region many times over the course of his career and became known for his vivid depictions of the mountains, glaciers, and lakes.

Compton's paintings are characterized by their bold use of color and their attention to detail. He often painted en plein air, capturing the changing light and atmosphere of the Alpine landscape. His paintings also convey a sense of scale and grandeur, conveying the majesty of the mountain scenery.

In addition to his paintings, Compton was also a keen mountaineer and photographer. He made many first ascents in the Alps and documented his adventures through his photographs and paintings.

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