Bernard Philip Batchelor RWS (1924-2012) - Pen & Ink Drawing, The Steam Train
DescriptionA wonderful, delicate pen and ink study with wash by the artist Bernard Philip Batchelor RWS. With unfinished pen study on the reverse. Signed. On watercolour paper.
Very minor discolouration to the edges of the paper. Overall in fine condition.
11.9 x 19.4cm (4.7" x 7.6")Sheet: 18 x 24.6cm (7.1" x 9.7")
From a collection of delicate watercolours and pen drawings by the British artist Bernard Phillip Batchelor RWS.
Prevenance: Signed letter from '21st Century Gallery' stating 'This watercolour was purchased from the artist's estate in 2014 and formed part of his studio collection' Signed John Sotcks.
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Bernard Phillip Batchelor was a painter, born at Teddington, Middlesex. He studied at St. Martin's School of Art from 1946 to 1949 under R. Kirkland Jamieson and Andrew Freeth. Batchelor then went on to the City and Guilds of London Art School. After finishing his education Batchelor worked in the publicity department of Iliffe Press.
Batchelor was well known for his watercolour marine and coastal subjects. He has exhibited at RA, RWS, RE, NEAC and Catto Gallery, London. Batchelor was elected an Associate of the RWS in 1967 and a full member ten years later. Examples of his work are in the GAC.
|Artist||Bernard Philip Batchelor RWS (1924-2012)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||11.9 x 19.4cm|
|Medium||Pen and Ink|
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