John Burgess

Bayeux – The Artists – Burgess Jr, John

This page forms part of a series of pages dedicated to the many artists who painted in Bayeux. A full list of all the artists with a link to their works can be found at the bottom of this page.

John Burgess Junior (1814 – 1874) was a British artist. He was part of the Burgess dynasty of artists; son of John Cart Burgess (an English watercolour painter of flowers and landscapes, and an author of two books on art technique) and Charlotte Smith (a talented sculptress and silver medal winner at the Royal Academy).

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???? John Burgess Jr - Bayeux Cathedral
???? John Burgess Jr – Bayeux Cathedral

TODAY: The Bayeux cathedral, the Notre-Dame de Bayeux, still stands. Click on the link to see more of this cathedral.

Burgess painted several places in France, which will be featured eventually on this site.

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Artists featured on our site who painted in Bayeux (but not limited to) are (a “*” indicates that the artist did not work directly in Bayeux, instead worked in a nearby town):

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