H. Thomas Bromley RBSA (1853–1924) - 1910 Oil, At Last
DescriptionAfter the painting by Arthur Stocks, depicting an interior scene of a military gentleman entering a room with an elderly lady in a chair and a sleeping cat by her feet. Painted in oil on canvas which has been laid to board and pinned to stretchers. Signed and dated to the lower left by H. Thomas Bromley. Also inscribed on the reverse. Signed and dated.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. Some undulation to top right corner of board which has caused the right edge of the canvas to come loose from the stretcher. Inspection under UV light reveals no restoration.
54.7 x 40.2cm (21.5" x 15.8")Sheet: 57 x 43.2cm (22.4" x 17")
Henry Thomas Bromley, RBSA (1853–1924), known generally as H. Thomas Bromley, was an artist born in Birmingham, England who did most of his work in the region around Birmingham. His reputation is noted in Davenport’s Registry of Artists. Bromley was a member of the elite Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. The society was formed in 1820 and given royal status by Queen Victoria. Bromley exhibited 14 works at the society from 1881-1888 of rural and coastal scenes and animals. His works are held in various museums including the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. His works are also found in private collections including the Allen Autry, Sr. Family Collection. His works have been sold through various prominent auction houses
|Artist||H. Thomas Bromley RBSA (1853–1924)|
|Dimensions||54.7 x 40.2cm|
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