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The artist James Webb was a favourite of Edwin and Mary Richards (the original collectors of the Wednesbury Museum art collection). In 1930 there were twenty five works by this artist in the collection. After the sale in 1948 only five were unsold and these are still in the collection today. James Webb was a London based artist who was known for his paintings of English, Welsh and European costal …