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Lewis Henry Shepheard
was born in London in 1816. He was the son of the watercolour painter and engraver George Shepheard (1770-1842)
A painter of landscapes, a number of Shepheards watercolours and sketches were published in 1873 and he exhibited in London at The Royal Academy and The Royal Society of British Artists in Suffolk Street between 1844-1875. The Society was founded in 1824 by a rebel group of artists including B.R Haydon, John Martin, John Glover and Thomas Heapy.
Shepheard exhibited eight works of art including ‘Scotch Fir a study from nature’, ‘Beech Trees near Summing Hill’ and a view over the Rhine.