Thomas Charles Leeson Rowbotham (1823 in Dublin – 30 June 1875 in Percy Lodge, Camden Hill, Kensington), Irish watercolour landscape and marine artiste and lithographer, was the son of the watercolour artist, Thomas Leeson Scrase Rowbotham (1783–1853). He was trained by his daddy and first did serious achievement in 1847 upon a sketching trip to Wales. His perform was exhibited at the Royal Academy and Suffolk Street Gallery and supplementary prestigious galleries of the mature and he was elected an connect of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours in 1848 and a full fanatic in 1851. He succeeded his daddy as Professor of Drawing at the Royal Naval School, New Cross in Greenwich. They collaborated on The Art of Painting in Watercolours, and he provided the illustrations for his father’s work, The Art of Sketching from Nature.
He published several works of English, Scottish and Irish scenery.
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