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Joseph Paul, a native of Norwich, ran a faking factory in London for many years, producing copies of the work of John Crome, one of the major artists of the Norwich School. Despite this line of business, he had considerable talents in his own right. This landscape is in fact derived from an etching by Crome, entitled 'Back of the New Mills', executed in 1812.