Arthur Charles Fare RWA (1876-1958) - Watercolour, Algar's Manor, Iron Acton
DescriptionA charming watercolour study by well listed British artist Arthur Charles Fare RWA (1876-1959). The study shows Algar's Manor, in Iron Acton a small village just outside of Bristol. Fare's fine and delicate approach to the watercolour medium and attention to architectural detail shows his clear proficiency in the medium. Well presented in a card mount and modern gilt effect frame. Signed and inscribed. On watercolour paper.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. With scattered foxing and light surface dirt to the artwork and mount. There are minor losses to the surface of the frame, as shown.
23.1 x 33.9cm (9.1" x 13.3")Framed Size: 44.2 x 54.7cm (17.4" x 21.5")
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Arthur Charles Fare (1876-1958) was a painter and illustrator and practising architect, was born in Bath. Fare was elected a member of the Bristol Savages in 1919 and was best known for his detailed topographical illustrations largely in watercolours. He is said by some authorities to have shown at the RWA and that he was an elected member of that Society. But, their archives of past members make no mention of him.
Iron Acton, Bristol, South Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom, BS37
|Artist||Arthur Charles Fare RWA (1876-1959)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||23.1 x 33.9cm|
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