Charles William Wyllie (1853-1923) was primarily (though not exclusively) a landscape and maritime painter. He was the brother of William Lionel Wyllie, also a maritime painter.
Bustling Activity on the Thames
Digging for Bait (1877)
Home with Glory
Tea at the Savoy Hilton, London
The Road to Rochester, Kent (1904)
Very odd as the Road to Rochester bears a striking resemblance to the old Queens Arms public house in the Underhill area of High Barnet, plus the railway bridge and church on the hill. Barnet museum has some photos of the building.ReplyDelete