Joseph Compton Hall RBA (1863-1937) - Watercolour, Wilmington Churchyard
DescriptionA fine original early 20th Century watercolour by the British artist Joseph Compton Hall RBA (1863-1937), depicting Wilmington Churchyard in East Sussex with graves and gothic architectural details. The artist has achieved a great sense of compositional balance, with fine naturalistic form and palette. Well-presented in a fine gilt wooden frame and washline mount, as shown. Signed and inscribed on the reverse. On watercolour paper.
In very good condition overall, for a picture of this age. With some light surface discolouration. The frame has some small surface marks and scuffing.
26 x 35.5cm (10.2" x 14")Framed Size: 49 x 60cm (19.3" x 23.6")
Sulis Fine Art is proud to present this fine collection of early 20th Century watercolours by British artist and architect Joseph Compton Hall RBA (1863-1937). All works in this collection have been handsomely framed.
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Joseph Compton Hall FRIBA RBA (1863-1937) was a British architect and painter of landscapes, predominantly in watercolour. Born in Cork, Ireland, to William Bancks Hall, he attended King William's College on the Isle of Man. He became a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1901, most notably completing alterations to Dunham Massey Hall, and several church restorations.
He was later elected to the Royal Society of British Artists in 1918, and exhibited at the RBA, as well as the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour. He was also a member of the Langham Sketch Club, and Chelsea Arts Club.
|Artist||Joseph Compton Hall RBA (1863-1937)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||26 x 35.5cm|
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