Ernest Pile Bucknall RI (1861-1935) - Early 20th Century Watercolour, Pulborough
DescriptionA delightful early 20th century landscape by the English artist Ernest Pile Bucknall. Here he has captured this idyllic canal scene of Pulborough in West Sussex. Well presented in a washline mount with name label and gilt frame. Signed. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and very minor foxing. Small marks to the frame.
19.2 x 25.7cm (7.6" x 10.1")Framed Size: 37 x 45.2cm (14.6" x 17.8")
Liverpool born landscape painter who was educated at Dulwich College and studied art at Lambeth School of Art and the South Kensington Schools where in 1876 he was awarded the Queen's Prize for Perspective. He showed at the RA, RBA, RI, FAS, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and RE. In 1919 he relocated to Bristol where he became a member of the Bristol Savages. Although little is known of his career, his decorative Victorian genre type work is reproduced today as posters.
Pulborough, Pulborough, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom, RH20
|Artist||Ernest Pile Bucknall RI (1861-1935)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||19.2 x 25.7cm|
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