Michael Felmingham (b.1935) - 20th Century Watercolour, Reflections II
DescriptionA well-composed industrial landscape view in watercolour by the listed English artist Michael Felmingham, depicting an abandoned farm by a lake. With a naturalistic palette, the artist has been able to demonstrate texture and balance. Signed and incsribed on the reverse. On watercolour paper.
In very good condition. Some very minor surface marks.
32.8 x 53.1cm (12.9" x 20.9")Sheet: 37.1 x 55.7cm (14.6" x 21.9")
Michael Felmingham (b.1935) is a painter and printmaker, born in Worcestershire. His first work was in print in 1956, and for more than forty years he has been exhibiting in leading art galleries in Britain. His commissions include work from companies such as Allied Lyons and Texaco. Between 1968-89, he taught at the Coventry College of Art, and a major retrospective exhibition of his work was held in 1977 at the Herbert Art Gallery in that city. Book illustrations, printmaking (he executed prints for the Royal Academy Graphics Collection at the Curwen Studio in 1984) and murals feature considerably in his oeuvre, but he is notably a watercolourist, and has exhibited at the Royal Watercolour Society.
He was a Saunders Waterford Prize-winner in 1981, and won an award in the Laing Competition in 1992. Michael Felmingham visited Venice first in 1974, and has returned to Italy on many occasions to paint both in the city of canals and in Florence. His one-person shows include 'Venetian Summer' with Midlands Contemporary Art in 1990 and Waterman Fine Art, London, 1992. He has also shown at the RA and at the W. H. Patterson Gallery in London in 2004. His commissions include work for Allied Lyons and Texaco.
|Artist||Michael Felmingham (b.1935)|
|Dimensions||32.8 x 53.1cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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