Oliver Hall RA (1869-1957) - Early 20th Century Graphite Drawing, River's Edge
DescriptionA well drawn graphite study by the British artist Oliver Hall. Known for his wonderful landscapes in oil of the English countryside it is likely this small sketch is a preparatory drawing for a larger oil composition. Signed on the reverse.On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some minor discolouration and light foxing. Also a faint crease mark visible to the upper right corner.
24.6 x 32.9cm (9.7" x 13")Sheet: 26.7 x 35.6cm (10.5" x 14")
Provenance: purchased directly from Oliver Hall's grandson. The collection includes works by Oliver Hall, his son Claude Muncaster, and another grandson, Richard P. Lannowe Hall MBE.
We have included an image in this listing (for illustrative purposes, it will not be included of the order) of a photograph owned by Oliver Hall's grandson depicting Oliver Hall and his son Claude Muncaster.
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Oliver Hall RA, RE, RWS (1869–1957) was a landscape painter in oil and watercolour and an etcher with a preference for rugged moorland and Spanish subjects. Hall studied at the R.C.A. from 1887–90, then attended Westminster and Lambeth Schools of Art evening classes alongside private art tuition with D. A. Williamson of Liverpool, working at Broughton-in-Furness. He travelled extensively in Spain, France and Italy. Hall began exhibiting etchings at the R.A. in 1890 and was a member of the R. W. S. He lived at Pulborough, Sussex, and later at Ulverston, Lancashire, where he died on the 5th December 1957. His son paints under the name of Claude Muncaster. Elected A.R.A: 23 Apr 1920. Elected R.A: 24 Feb 1927. Elected Senior R.A: 01 Jan 1937.
|Artist||Oliver Hall RA (1869-1957)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||24.6 x 32.9cm|
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