Sidney Dennant Moss RBA (1885-1946) - 1928 Watercolour, Quiet Street Scene
DescriptionA very fine early 20th century watercolour by the well listed artist and printer Sidney Dennant Moss. Here the artist has captured a sunlit street scene with small cottages and figures. With graphite detail. Well presented in a double card mount and gilt frame. Signed and dated. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and very minor foxing. Small marks to the frame.
48 x 59cm (18.9" x 23.2")Framed Size: 52 x 63cm (20.5" x 24.8")
Sidney Dennant Moss was born in Ipswich in 1885. Details of his art education are unknown but by 1911 he was lodging in Mousehole, Cornwall working as a lithographer. He also worked as a landscape and figure painter and was a member of Ipswich Art Club from 1913 to 1941. Moss was elected an associate of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1926 and a full member in 1935. He travelled extensively in the Middle East and his paintings from this era of the early 1930's have been shown at the Fine Art Society.
Moss exhibited at all the major galleries including the Beaux Arts Gallery, Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, Paris Salon, Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Royal Institute of Oil Painters and at the Walker Art Gallery. During World War I Moss served as a private in the Royal Army Medical Corps and demobilised from the 95th Labour Corps in 1919, after serving in France and Salonika.
|Artist||Sidney Dennant Moss RBA (1885-1946)|
|Dimensions||48 x 59cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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