Charles Edward Hannaford RBA - Early 20th Century Watercolour, Stokesay Castle
DescriptionA charming watercolour by the artist Charles Edward Hannaford, depicting a characterful study of the gatehouse of Stokesay Castle. The use of watercolour as a medium perfectly compliments Hannafords expressive yet detailed style, exquisitely portraying the atmosphere of the scene. On wove laid to backing. Unsigned.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some general discolouration and some minor surface dirt.
23.9 x 29.3cm (9.4" x 11.5")Sheet: 25.7 x 32.9cm (10.1" x 13")
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Charles Edward Hannaford RBA (1863-1955) was a painter who studied at the Stanhope Forbes School of Painting in Newlyn and also in Paris. He painted scenes in Kent, Essex, Suffolk and Yorkshire and exhibited at the RBA of which he was elected a member in 1916. He also showed at the RA, RCamA, RI, MAFA and at the Walker's Gallery, Bond Street, London. He was the father of artist Charles Arthur Hannaford. Much of his work was reproduced as postcards particularly his views of Devon and Cornwall.
|Artist||Charles Edward Hannaford RBA (1863-1955)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||23.9 x 29.3cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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