Aaron Penley Watercolor
Watercolor Painter to William IV and Queen Adelaide, as a young man Penley was worked as a miniature painter in Manchester. In 1835 he exhibited for the first time at the Royal Academy. He was elected to the New Watercolor Society in 1838. He was assistant and later professor of drawing at the Addiscombe Military College. He lived in London for the most part, but also stayed in Bristol, Southampton, and Plymouth. He painted in many parts of the British Isles, especially Scotland. Penley exhibited at the Royal Academy, London; the New Watercolor Society, London; the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin; the British Institution, London; and the Society of British Artists, London.