John Reinhard Weguelin
The illustrator, painter, and water colorist John Reinhard Weguelin (1849 - 1927) was best known for his exotic and erotic neo-classical figurative compositions. Born 23 June 1849 in South Stoke, Sussex, Weguelin exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Grosvenor Gallery, and the New Gallery. He illustrated numerous books including Thomas Babington Macaulay's Lays of Ancient Rome (1881), G.A. Henty's The Cat of Bubastes (1889), and Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid and Other Stories (1893), among many others. He also contributed illustrations to periodicals such as The Graphic, and Scribner's Magazine. He was a member of the Society of British Artists and the Royal Society of Painters in Watercolors. He died in Hastings on 28 April 1927.
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