Alfred Charles Conrade (1863-1955) - Graphite Drawing, Study of a Seated Lady.
DescriptionA fine graphite study of a seated lady on laid paper, laid to backing card. Label with additional details about the artist and this drawing to the reverse. Unsigned.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and minor foxing.
15.1 x 8.4cm (5.9" x 3.3")Sheet: 28.4 x 23.2cm (11.2" x 9.1")
Alfred Charles Conrade (1863-1955) was a painter, born in Leeds. He painted mainly architectural scenes and is known to have studied at the Akademie der Künstein Düsseldorf and in Madrid, Italy and Japan. He worked in Pont-Aven in the early 1880's and in Concarneau in 1884. He is also known to have painted in Southwold and Walberswick soon afterwards.
He showed at the Paris Salon, Dudley Gallery, London, Royal Academy, RIBA and ROI. His work was illustrated in The Architectural Review, The Builder and other magazines. Between 1911 and 1914 he was the chief artist at the White City in London. Examples of his work are in the GAC.
|Artist||Alfred Charles Conrade (1863-1955)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||15.1 x 8.4cm|
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