Alfred Henry Hart (1866-1953) - Late 19th Century Watercolour, Coastal Town
DescriptionA view of a coastal town with figures and beached boats in the foreground. Presented glazed in a beige mount and a distressed gilt-effect wooden frame. Signed to the lower-left edge. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some foxing and discolouration. There are some slight scratches to the glazing.
18.7 x 30.1cm (7.4" x 11.9")Framed Size: 42.4 x 52cm (16.7" x 20.5")
Alfred Henry Hart (1866-1953) wasa painter and architect born in Hoxton, London who studied at the Royal Academy Schools in London, where he was awarded a Gold Medal; and at the Architectural Association in London, who awarded him a silver medal. After visiting France and Belgium on a travelling scholarship, he commenced independent practice in London in 1894. In 1901, with Percy Leslie Waterhouse (1864-1932), he formed the London-based architectural partnership Hart and Waterhouse. The partnership was dissolved in 1923. In addition to his work as an architect, Hart was also a painter who was a member of the Brighton Art Club. He exhibited the Royal Academy, the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, and Walker's Gallery in London. He died in Burdon Bradstock, Dorset.
|Artist||Alfred Henry Hart (1866-1953)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||18.7 x 30.1cm|
|Subject||Seascape & Coastal|
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