Horace Tuck (1876-1951) - Early 20th Century Watercolour, Mountainous Landscape
DescriptionA delicate landscape study of a vast mountain range with tall trees in the foreground. Signed to the lower left. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration.
23.3 x 33.6cm (9.2" x 13.2")
A fresh, painterly collection of watercolour landscapes by artist Horace Tuck. From quaint villages to mountainous terrains, Tuck's paintings encapsulate the beauty of rural Britain. With a likeness to artist Paul Nash, Tuck used colour and form to simplify his surroundings, creating dynamic, crisp landscape scenes.
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Horace Tuck was born in Norwich in 1876. He studied at both Norwich School of Art and Borough Road Training College in London. Specialising in watercolour, Tuck produced many paintings of his home county of Norfolk while also travelling on expeditions around Britain and France to capture rural landscapes.
Horace Tuck and his wife Bessie retired in Sheringham, Norfolk where he continued to paint until his death in 1951. His works have mainly been exhibited in Norwich and London with some still residing in Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery's collection.
|Artist||Horace Tuck (1876-1951)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||23.3 x 33.6cm|
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