James Baylis Allen (1803 - 1876) was a British engraver who trained under his older brother, Josiah Allen, who was also an engraver, as well as the painters John Vincent Barber and Samuel Lines. Allen was especially known for his engravings of landscapes, producing a well-known series on the rivers of France and a number of other series dealing with British, Italian, and Greek landscapes, as well as battle scenes. Many of his engravings appeared in The Art Journal, the premier art journal in 19th century Britain.

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