A S Burns RWS (1911-1987) - Signed Mid 20th Century Watercolour, Overgrown Road
Burns is known for his large-scale, expressive watercolours, and this energetic study is no different. With flowing brush strokes not dissimilar to Munch, violets, lime greens, and a carefully selected rainbow of other tones are bashfully orchestrated into an impressionistic rendition of an overgrown driveway. The artwork is finished with hidden graphite details and is signed in the bottom right-hand corner. Well presented in a white moulded frame with a gilded strip and a cream and white double mount.On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. Some mount burn is present.
54 x 77cm (21.3" x 30.3")Framed Size: 80.5 x 100.5cm (31.7" x 39.6")
Alexander Sillars Burns RWS (1911-1987) was a
painter, born in Newmilns, Ayrshire. Mainly a landscapist, Burns worked on the Isles of Skye, Arran, and in France. He attended Gray's School of Art 1929-33, studying under D. M. Sutherland. Assisted by winning a traveling scholarship, he furthered his studies in Paris, and on his return in 1937 he was involved in the restoration of the heraldic wall panels at Monymusk House in Aberdeenshire. He was elected RWS in 1957 and frequently showed there, as well as with the AAS, GI and RSA. Burns was a member of the Society of Scottish Artists and his work is represented in the collections of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Paisley Art Gallery, Newport Art Gallery, Gwent, and the GAC.
|Artist||A S Burns RWS (1911-1987)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||54 x 77cm|
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