|John le Capelain (1812-1846) - Countryside landscape scene|
Jersey Stamp issued 1987
John le Capelain was a self taught painter who was popular during his lifetime in Jersey. In 1846 his paintings were included in a book that was presented to Queen Victoria and he was commissioned to complete another set of landscapes on the Isle of Wight. Unfortunately for him, he contracted tuberculosis while on the Isle of Wight, dying thereafter in 1848.