Walter Duncan ARWS (1848-1932) - 1907 Watercolour, Harvest Time
DescriptionA wonderful example of work by the acclaimed British artist Walter Duncan ARWS. Here the artist has depicted two young women labouring at harvest time. Executed with a delicate and subtle hand, the light washes of colour have been masterfully applied to the substrate.With touches of white gouache. Wonderfully presented in a washline mount and gilt frame. Small biography attached to the reverse of the frame with a stamp for the 'Richard Iles Gallery'. Signed and dated. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and very light foxing. Overall in good condition.
12.2 x 21.3cm (4.8" x 8.4")Framed Size: 39.5 x 48cm (15.6" x 18.9")
Walter Duncan was born in Hampstead London in 1848; the son of Edward Duncan, a watercolour painter of some talent. He studied art at the British Museum and the Heatherley School of Fine Art and served a seven-year apprenticeship at the Royal Academy of Arts. In 1874, he was elected an Associate of the Royal Watercolour Society. He died in 1932 in Richmond, London.
|Artist||Walter Duncan ARWS (1848-1932)|
|Dimensions||12.2 x 21.3cm|
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