Edward Tucker Jnr (1847-1910) - Late 19th Century Watercolour, A Moorland Scene
DescriptionA delightful watercolour landscape that captures an expansive moorland scene. Signed Edward Arden, the pseudonym of Edward Tucker Jr. Well presented in a gilt frame and fine gilt frame. Signed. On watercolour paper.
Overall the condition is very good. With some very minor foxing and slight discolouration. Small marks to the frame.
29.4 x 42.6cm (11.6" x 16.8")Framed Size: 53.1 x 67.2cm (20.9" x 26.5")
Painter born in Gravesend, Kent, the eldest son of artist Edward Tucker and a brother to artists Arthur Tucker, Frederick Tucker and Hubert Coutts. Taught by his father he worked in his own name and also under the pseudonym of ‘Edward Arden’ to avoid confusion with his father. A founder member of the Lake Artists Society, he exhibited at the RA, RBA, RHA, RI and RSA. Examples of his work are in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter.
|Artist||Edward Tucker Jnr (1847-1910)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||29.4 x 42.6cm|
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