Jean Noble RI SWA - 20th Century Acrylic, Fishing
DescriptionA very fine post-impressionistic scene of a lady and three children fishing at the edge of a harbour wall, by the well-listed British artist Jean Noble RI SWA. Noble demonstrates her love of vibrancy, and her innate knowledge of composition and colour is evident in the layered construction of this scene. The expressive and varied brushwork helps illustrate the boundary between representation and abstraction, something the artist achieves in much of her work. Well-presented in a gold effect frame with moulded detail, as shown. Signed and incsribed on the reverse. On wove.
In fine condition overall. Some very minor marks and scuffing to the frame.
30.3 x 23.2cm (11.9" x 9.1")Framed Size: 47 x 39.1cm (18.5" x 15.4")
Jean Noble RI SWA is an abstract artist who likes to work in oils, pastel and water-based media. She studied at Loughborough College of Art, Kingston University and Central St Martins. She is a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, the Society of Women’s Artists, and the Cambridge Drawing Society as well as the Chelsea Art Society.
She exhibits regularly at the Summer Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts, the Royal Society of Oil Painters, the Royal Watercolour Society open exhibition, the Pastel Society at the Mall Galleries, The Discerning Eye, and many well-recognised galleries throughout the U.K.
|Artist||Jean Noble RI SWA|
|Dimensions||30.3 x 23.2cm|
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