1798 - 1845

James Barnicle was baptised at Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Warwickshire on 15 April 1798, son of Robert Barnicle and his wife Hannah. A landscape and coastal painter who lived in London and travelled all over Britain and France and the Channel Islands 1821-1845 between which times he came to Suffolk making a painting of Orwell Park, Nacton, Ipswich. He married at St Mary's Lambeth on 12 August 1844, Rachel Hart. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, the British Institution and the Suffolk Street Gallery of the Royal Society of British Artists in London. James Barnicle died at Westminster, London in 1845. He mostly worked in London and is not a Suffolk Artist.

Royal Academy Exhibits
from 50 Park Street, Grosvenor Square
1829 94 Warwick Castle
1830 97 Distant View of Hull, from the Road near South Cave, Yorkshire
1831 250 The Village of Eastbourne
         261 Old Buildings near the Church, Eastbourne
1832 242 Dover Castle, from the New Quay
         273 Shoreham Harbour
1837 32 Elizabeth Castle, Jersey: Evening
         152 A Coast Scene
1838 230 Landscape Composition
1840 260 Cremille Point, Mount Edgecombe, Cornwall
1842 139 Old Ruins on the Coast near Weymouth
1843 352 View in Jersey

Works by This Artist