|Ode to a Nightingale by William James Neatby(W. j. Neatby)|
His work is comparatively widespread, as decorative tile work and architectural sculpture in terra cotta for Doultons, with which company W. J. Neatby had a long alliance.
W.J. Neatby was a citizen of the town of Barnsley, and educated as an architect, but became a craft worker, as well as tiles and sculpture, moving out designs in metalwork, enamelling, painted murals, stained glass and furniture. W. J. Neatby died in High Wycombe at a relatively young age.
In London, working WJ Neatby for Harrods, just off Victoria Street at the end of Parliament Square is great Smith Street / Abbey Orchard Street, where the remains of Orchard House with a terracotta frieze and peacocks apple by W. j. Neatby .
W. j. Neatby designed terracotta tiles and some beauty salons, the Board again in Birmingham, the Royal Hotel in Norwich, and the board Emporium in Northampton. In addition, W. j. Neatby is Café Turkey in Leicester, Everard building in Bristol, and it really great, the New Palace Theatre, Union Street lymouth.
Some books of W. J. NEATBY are
*PORTION OF AN ENTRANCE TO A BUILDING BY W. J. NEATBY
*CHIMNEY-PIECE PANEL IN “TEMPERA IMPASTO" AND RAISED GOLD BY W. J.
*NEATBY CHIMNEY-PIECE PANEL IN ENAMELS AND GOLD BY W. J. NEATBY
*INTERIOR AND FURNITURE OF A STUDIO BY W. J. NEATBY
William James Neatby(W. j. Neatby) was influenced by the poems of John Keats.W. j. Neatby illastreted many of John Keats poem such as Te lo Autumn,Ode to a Nightingale etc.
This are few Paintings of William James Neatby (W. j. Neatby):
* Te lo Autumn by William James Neatby (W. j. Neatby)
*Ode to a Nightingale by William James Neatby(W. j. Neatby)
Te lo Autumn by William James Neatby (W. j. Neatby):
William James Neatby (W. j. Neatby)