Alfred Henry Robinson Thornton NEAC (1863-1939) - Early 20th Century Oil, Berry's Farm
DescriptionA fine landscape study by Alfred Henry Robinson Thornton. A cluster of autumnal trees fills the composition with a small cottage in the distance. The reverse of the board is filled with various inscriptions, some of which have been crossed out. On canvas board.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and minor surface marks. Inspection under UV light reveals no restoration. Overall the condition is good.
32 x 40cm (12.6" x 15.7")
Sulis Fine Art is proud to present a fine collection of oil and watercolour landscape paintings by the well-listed artist Alfred Henry Robinson Thornton NEAC (1863-1939).
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Alfred Henry Robinson Thornton NEAC (1863-1939) was a painter born in Delhi, India. Educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, Thornton then attended the Slade School from 1888 to 1889, and Westminster School of Art from 1890 to 1892, winning prizes for landscape painting.
The artist also taught at Westminster School of Art as an assistant to Walter Sickert, 1893-94. He was elected a member of the NEAC in 1895 and acted as its Honorary Secretary from 1928. He was also an elected member of the London Group in 1924.
A prolific exhibitor, he showed frequently at the RA, NEAC, RBA, Goupil Gallery, Cooling Gallery, RSA, FAS and Redfern Gallery.
Thornton wrote 'The Diary of an Art Student of the Nineties', published the year before his death and which still remains a useful source of information on the various issues and factions that shaped the period. He was a member of the then influential Cheltenham Group, and a memorial exhibition was held at the Redfern Gallery in the year of his demise.
Examples of his work are in the collections Bradford Art Gallery, Manchester City Art Gallery, Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds University Collection, Museums Sheffield, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, BM, CAS, and at Tate Gallery, London.
|Artist||Alfred Henry Robinson Thornton NEAC (1863-1939)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||32 x 40cm|
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