River, Buildings Etc. (Monmouthshire 1836 and Thames 1845)
Andrew Hunt (1790 – 1861) was a pupil of the successful Birmingham drawing master and landscape artist Samuel Lines (1778 – 1863) then moving to Liverpool where he was listed as a print seller, frame maker and artists’ repository in Bold Street from 1818 to 1843. He was exhibited at the Liverpool Academy from 1822, becoming a member in 1850. His only surviving son Alfred William Hunt (1830 – 1896) was born in Liverpool and also had success as a landscape artist.