Arrtib. James Herbert Snell (1861-1935) - Early 20th Century Oil
DescriptionA delightful view of a river landscape with cattle watering in the distance. With loose brushwork typical of James Herbert Snell. Excellently presented in a gilt mount and gilt effect frame. Signed. On board.
Overall the condition is good. With some minor discolouration and surface dirt. The frame has been restored and painted gold. With slight widening of the frame joints. Small losses of gilt paint to the frame.
19.5 x 34.5cm (7.7" x 13.6")Framed Size: 42.5 x 57.5cm (16.7" x 22.6")
James Herbert Snell (1861-1935) was a London-born landscape painter, who was an occasional visitor to St. Ives and whose work is represented in the St. Ives Town Collection. Snell studied in Paris and Amsterdam, however he was based in London for most of his career. He was a prolific artist, exhibiting at the RA, RBA, who elected him to their ranks in 1890 and at the ROI, where he was made a member in 1909. He was elected a member of the St. Ives Arts Club in 1909. He painted many views of St. Ives one of which he showed at the Paris Salon in 1924.
|Artist||Arrtib. James Herbert Snell (1861-1935)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||19.5 x 34.5cm|
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