Thomas Miles Richardson, 1784-1848 

He worked chiefly in watercolour, and found most of his subjects in the scenery of the Borders and the Scottish Highlands, though in later life he went as far afield as Italy and Switzerland. Richardson became well known as a contributor to London exhibitions from 1818, when he sent his first picture to the Royal Academy, and was elected a member of the New Watercolour Society. His work is represented in public galleries inSouth Kensington,  Dublin, and  Liverpool.