Arthur Netherwood (1864-1930) - Watercolour, Hebden, North Yorkshire
DescriptionA turn-of-the-century rural scene at the bridge in Hebden village near Grassington, North Yorkshire. Presented in a cream double mount and a distressed gilt-effect wooden frame. Signed to the lower-right edge. Label verso. On watercolour paper.
There is some slight discolouration and some minor scratches to the frame. Overall in very good condition.
29 x 58.7cm (11.4" x 23.1")Framed Size: 46.7 x 75.4cm (18.4" x 29.7")
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Arthur Netherwood (1864-1930) was born in Huddersfield. The artist lived and worked in Shrewsbury, and also travelled through Wales and France. Noted for harbour and quayside scenes, usually in North Wales. Netherwood was married to the artist Edith Mary Dyas. The artist exhibited many works at the RCamA and also showed at the RA, ROI and in Manchester.
Netherwood was vice-president of the Society of Yorkshire Artists, and exhibited 115 paintings at the Royal Cambrian Academy. Both Kirklees Museums and Galleries and Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council hold examples of his work. He may have been the father of Norman Netherwood.
|Artist||Arthur Netherwood (1864-1930)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||29 x 58.7cm|
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