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Attrib. Edward Tucker (1825-1909) - Mid 19th Century Watercolour, Rough Seas

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A fine and delicate late 19th century watercolour attributed to the English painter Edward Tucker. Here the artist has captured large sailing ships and fishing boats battling the rough seas. With touches of body colour. We have attributed the work to Tucker due to the similarities in the handling of the medium and the faint signature at the lower right. Signed. On wove.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and minor foxing. Overall the condition is very good.


25.1 x 34.9cm (9.9" x 13.7")
Sheet: 26.5 x 36.8cm (10.4" x 14.5")

Artist Biography

Painter born in Bristol who had five artistic sons Edward Jnr, Alfred, Hubert, Frederick and Arthur all of whom he taught to paint and apart from Alfred all of whom were stalwarts of the Lake Artists Society. He moved around the country many times with his family until 1865 when he settled at Langdale in the Lake District. He exhibited at the RA and a painting by him is in the Dartmouth Museum.

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Code pp491
Artist Attrib. Edward Tucker (1825-1909)
Date Mid 19th Century
Dimensions 25.1 x 34.9cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Seascape & Coastal
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