John Henry Campbell Biography and Works - Ross's Auctioneers & Valuers

John Henry Campbell

John Henry Campbell

John Henry Campbell was an oil and watercolour painter born in 1757 and having completed his education in the Dublin Society’s School, John established himself as a landscape painter in Dublin. Following a number of exhibitions, he contributed works to the Royal Hibernian Academy at its opening in 1826 and then again in 1828.

 

Some of his watercolours include, a ‘view of Dublin, Howth’ in the Kildare Street National Museum, a ‘View near Rostrevor’ in the National Gallery of Ireland and a ‘Bridge over the Dodder, Upper Rathmines’. Campbell’s art are uniquely painted and can be ranked high among the other watercolour painters in Ireland.


John Henry Campbell - Auction results

There have been 4 artwork(s) sold in previous auctions
  • Lot 181 by John Henry Campbell at Ross's Auctions
    Lot 181 Sale Date: 28 January 2009
    Result: £450
  • THE GIANT'S CAUSEWAY by John Henry Campbell at Ross's Auctions
    THE GIANT'S CAUSEWAY Sale Date: 27 May 2015 Medium: Watercolour Drawing Size: H 7" x W 12"
    Result: £300
  • THE GLEN OF DOWNS, WICKLOW by John Henry Campbell at Ross's Auctions
    THE GLEN OF DOWNS, WICKLOW Sale Date: 08 May 2014 Medium: Watercolour Drawing Size: H 8" x W 11"
    Result: £140
  • FIGURES ON THE PATH TO THE LOUGH by John Henry Campbell at Ross's Auctions
    FIGURES ON THE PATH TO THE LOUGH Sale Date: 07 October 2015 Medium: Watercolour Drawing Size: H 6" x W 9"
    Result: £80