1852 - 1928
De Breanski lived in Greenwich. He specialised in painting Welsh and Scottish landscapes at dusk. He exhibited many works at the Royal Academy, at Suffolk Street, at the New Water-Colour Society, and at other venues in London from 1869.
Museum and Gallery Holdings
Brighton (Royal Pavilion and Mus.): View of Burnham Beeches (oil on canvas)
Greenock (McLean Mus. and AG): A Scotch Lake at Eventide (oil on canvas)
Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Laing AG): Henley Regatta (1881, oil on canvas); Sentinels of the Forest (1870-1890, oil on canvas)
Southampton (City AG): Evening Repose, Burnham Beeches (oil on canvas); Golden Sunset, Loch Lubnaig (oil on canvas)
Sydney (AG of New South Wales): Evening. ‘Softly Falls the Even Light etc’ (c. 1872, oil on canvas)
Torquay (Torre Abbey Historic House and Gal.): The River Wey (oil on canvas); Hayes Common, Kent (oil on canvas)
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