Augustus Morton Hely-Smith RBA - Early 20th Century Watercolour, Roses in a Jug
DescriptionA delicate watercolour with an impressive sense of realist detail and careful composition by the accomplished and well-established artist Augustus Morton Hely-Smith RBA (1862-1941). Slightly dulled red roses are depicted in an earthenware jug, with a cloth background in the traditional style. The artist's adept proficiency in the medium in clear. Handsomely presented in a washline mount and distressed gilt wooden moulded frame, as shown. Signed and incsribed on the reverse. On watercolour paper.
In very good condition overall. There is some very light surface dirt to the mount, and minor scuffing to the frame.
32 x 24.7cm (12.6" x 9.7")Framed Size: 51.7 x 43.6cm (20.4" x 17.2")
Augustus Morton Hely-Smith was a painter of seascapes, born in Wambrook, Somerset. Hely Smith, as he was known, attended Lincoln School of Art, furthering his studies later at the Antwerp Academy.
Elected to the Royal Society of British Artists in 1901, he became that society’s Treasurer in 1902 and was also a member of the Langham Sketching Club. He exhibited with the UA, SMA, RA, RHA, RI, ROI, RSA, GI and the STISA where he was a member from 1934-41. Paintings by Hely Smith are held by Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art Gallery, Plymouth Art Gallery and RAMM in Exeter.
|Artist||Augustus Morton Hely-Smith RBA|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||32 x 24.7cm|
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