London-born Lennard Lewis was a watercolourist and painter in oils who made a specialty of English, French and Portuguese architectural views. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Grosvenor Gallery and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours. He also showed with the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and submitted work to exhibitions in Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield and Leeds.
The Art Gallery of NSW’s work Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, Saintes was completed in 1888. This street view of Saintes in south-west France is dominated by the western façade and portal of the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre. Only the lower section of the cathedral is visible so that its height and mass are beyond telling, thus addi
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