Abraham Hulk the Younger (1851-1922) - Watercolour, Near Truro, Cornwall
DescriptionA finely detailed landscape in watercolour by the artist Abraham Hulk the Younger (1851-1922), depicting a ruined monastic building on a river island, with a fisherman. Entitled 'Near Truro, Cornwall', Hulk displays a clear proficiency in the medium, with meticulous layered brushwork and soft lighting. Well-presented within a titled washline mount with gilt detail, and gilt wooden frame with fluted cove, as shown. Signed and inscribed. On wove.
In good condition for a picture of this age. There is some foxing spots to the upper edge of the watercolour, and light surface discolouration. The frame has some minor marks and scuffing.
16.7 x 23.3cm (6.6" x 9.2")Framed Size: 37.6 x 44cm (14.8" x 17.3")
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Abraham Hulk the Younger was a British artist known for his charming paintings of the English countryside. The son of famed maritime painter, Abraham Hulk the Elder, he was taught by his father. The younger Hulk developed a realistic approach to landscapes, displaying sensitivity to light and color on his canvases. Born in 1851 in the Netherlands, the artist spent the majority of his life working in England and depicting its environs, though he did travel back to his native country periodically. Before his death in 1922 in Nottingham, United Kingdom, he garnered acclaim for his pastoral scenes through exhibitions in London at the Royal Academy and the Royal Society of British Artists.
|Artist||Abraham Hulk the Younger (1851-1922)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||16.7 x 23.3cm|
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