John Fulleylove was an English landscape artist and illustrator. He was apprenticed to a firm of architects in Leicester, and later became a full-time painter in watercolour and oils. He exhibited widely in the UK, at such venues as the Royal Academy, the Fine Art Society, and the Royal Society of British Artists. Abroad, he painted in France, Italy, Greece, and the Middle East; his predilection for travel and his interest in architecture provided him with plenty of subjects for themed exhibitions. He exhibited watercolour views of Oxford in 1888 and of Cambridge in 1890, of Paris and Versailles in 1894, and of the Holy Land in 1902.