George Oyston (1861-1937) - Fine 1929 Watercolour, Summer Farm
DescriptionA very fine original 1929 watercolour by the artist George Oyston, depicting a mother and child in a rural bucolic setting. Rolling hills and cottages characterise this calm and picturesque composition. Well-presented in a painted wooden frame, as shown. Signed and dated. On wove.
In good condition for a picture of this age. There is some foxing, particularly to the upper areas, and some minor trapped dirt behind the glazing. The frame has only minor scuffing and surface marks, as shown.
22.4 x 33.4cm (8.8" x 13.1")Framed Size: 41.9 x 53.1cm (16.5" x 20.9")
George Oyston (1861-1937) - was born in North Shields. The son of an engineer, he painted in both oil and watercolour and specialised in landscapes, river scenes and genre subjects. It is recorded that he was living in North Shields in the 1880s where he practised as a professional artist in his native town sending many works for exhibition at the Berwick Club in Newcastle. In 1897 he moved to Walton on Thames and Shepperton on Thames. He painted many views around the River Thames in Surrey as well as other landscapes in Surrey and Hampshire. He exhibited between 1891 and 1897 at the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and the Royal Society of British Artist.
|Artist||George Oyston (1861-1937)|
|Dimensions||22.4 x 33.4cm|
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