Francis E. Jamieson (1895-1950) - Early 20th Century Oil, Scottish Highland
DescriptionA fine Scottish landscape in oil, by the artist Francis E. Jamieson. Jamieson has a distinctive aesthetic style, defined by his calm landscape scenes, clearly demonstrated in this work. Here, he depicts a serene highland view with mountains in the background and two figures on a path, seemingly a mother and child. Presented in a distressed wooden frame. Signed. On canvas on stretchers.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and areas of craquelure. Minor surface marks and very small areas of paint loss. Inspection under UV light shows no signs of restoration. Frame in fine condition.
44.5 x 59.5cm (17.5" x 23.4")Framed Size: 51 x 66cm (20" x 25.9")
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Francis E. Jamieson (1895–1950) was commonly known for his Scottish landscapes and loch scenes. Jamieson lived on the south coast of England and was contracted to a large department store to supply them with his paintings. The artist often signed with pseudonyms such as 'Phil Hips', 'Graham Williams', 'W. Richards' and 'Arnold Pienne', in order to reach a wider audience, whilst also selling his work ‘door to door’. Jamieson’s work was often in a traditional Victorian style and his pictures were reproduced as postcards by Ajelli and Co of London in the 1920’s.
|Artist||Francis E. Jamieson (1895-1950)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
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