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Arthur Wilde Parsons (1854-1931) - Signed Oil, Gannel Estuary



An excellent river valley view depicting the Gannel Estuary in Newquay, Cornwall. Very well presented in a decorative gold frame. Signed. On canvas.


A few tiny areas of paint loss. Inspection under Up light shows some scattered retouchings, including 2 old repaired tears. These tears have been filled and over painted and are not visible from the front. Frame is in good condition.


30 x 49cm (11.8" x 19.3")
Framed Size: 40 x 59cm (15.7" x 23.2")

Collection Information

It has been suggested that this may not be a view of Gnosall. The inscription on the reverse may be referring to the location of the artist's brother, the Reverand G F Parsons, to whom the painting was given. Reverand Parsons was the vicar of Gnosall.

Artist Biography

Self-taught painter of marine pictures and illustrator who was born the son of a musician in Stapleton, in the Bristol area and in 1904 became a founder member of the Bristol Savages and an exhibitor at the Ipswich Art Club 1902-05. In 1908 he spent some time in Italy, touring, painting and studying the old masters. He exhibited at the RA and is represented in the collection of Bristol Art Gallery.

More Information
Code ke161
Artist Arthur Wilde Parsons (1854-1931)
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 30 x 49cm
Medium Oil
Style Realism
Subject Nautical
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