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John Clayton Adams also called as J. Clayton Adams (1840 – 1906) was a English painter who mainly famous for his landscape paintings.

John was born in Greater London in 1840, he started his art learning by attending the Bloomsbury School and also studied under painter William Wilthieu Fenn.

When John was 19 years old, he had his first exhibition at the Royal Academy. It is said that he presented around 100 artworks during 1863 to 1893.

There is one theme that can be found in lots of Adams' artwork, it is harvesting. His landscape paintings were replicated requently in the market. People love Adams' use of colors and handling of light.

The original of Adams' art can be found in many galleries and museums in the UK.

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