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James Pollard

James Pollard (1792-1867)


Click on the image above to view the full painting in the Tate collection (opens in a new page). © Tate

Pollard was keen angler and painted a pair of scenes of the Lea in 1831: 'Trolling for Pike in the River Lee'  and 'Fly Fishing in the River Lee near the Ferry Boat Inn'. Both are how held in the Tate collection.

An Omnibus Passing the 'Three Compasses' Inn, Clapton;1850 James Pollard © Museum of London

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