Attrib. Margret Beale RSMA - 20th Century Oil, Cornish Harbour Scene
DescriptionA wonderful study of a small harbour with boats and seaside cottages. The artist has used areas of impasto and rich colours to create a depth and warmth to the composition. With a hazy and delicate application of paint Beale has confidently depicted a calm summers evening. We have attributed the artwork to Margret Beale due to the similarities in the handling of the paint and subject matter. An illegible inscription is visible on the reverse to the upper right corner. Unsigned. On canvas board.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and surface dirt The edges of the canvas are minimally worn. Overall in good condition.
29.1 x 39.9cm (11.5" x 15.7")Sheet: 30.9 x 41.6cm (12.2" x 16.4")
Painter, born at Yaldham in Kent, who studied under William Orpen, 1906-08 and Percyval Tudor Hart, 1911-12. Beale specialised in seascapes and yachts and was a keen small-boat sailor, who attended the first meeting in February 1939 and showed at the inaugural exhibition of the SMA. Beale exhibited in London and Chichester, where she lived. The National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, holds her work.
|Artist||Attrib. Margret Beale RSMA|
|Dimensions||29.1 x 39.9cm|
|Subject||Seascape & Coastal|
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