Anton Lock (1893-1971) - Mid 20th Century Watercolour, Drawing the Wagon
DescriptionA farm scene in watercolour with white highlights depicting two workhorses drawing a wagon. Presented in a textured gold card mount. Signed to the lower-left edge. On watercolour paper.
There is some slight discolouration and some small marks to the mount.
16 x 34.2cm (6.3" x 13.5")
Anton Lock (1893-1971) was a painter, printmaker, and draughtsman. He was born in Westminster, London, and studied at Westminster School of Art from 1910-12, under Walter Sickert. He then specialised in lithography at the Bolt Court School, 1912-14, working under Walter Bayes. His work mainly featured country scenes, especially working horses. He illustrated several books with outdoor and hunting scenes and exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Watercolour Society, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, and the Paris Salon, with one-man shows at the Leger Galleries. A studio sale was held at Christie's in 1979. In addition to the British Museum, his work is held by the British Council.
|Artist||Anton Lock (1893-1971)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||16 x 34.2cm|
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