Margaret Beale RSMA (c. 1886-1969) - Early 20th Century Oil, Fishing Village
DescriptionA charming early-mid 20th century oil depicting a scene in a fishing village, with a fisherman returning from a day at sea. The artist has captured the daily life of a seaside village, with a washline line of clothes occupying the same space as moored fishing boats. Excellently presented in a shabby chic pale wooden frame. Signed. On canvas on stretchers.
Overall the appearance is very good. There is some light surface dirt in areas. A 5mm paint loss just above the figure. Inspection under UV light shows some over painting to the clouds.
44.3 x 33.5cm (17.4" x 13.2")Framed Size: 52.3 x 41.8cm (20.6" x 16.5")
Margaret Beale was a 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||Margaret Beale RSMA (c. 1886-1969)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||44.3 x 33.5cm|
|Subject||Seascape & Coastal|
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