Charles Arthur Hannaford RBA (1887-1972) - Watercolour, Frenchman's Creek
DescriptionA delicate mid 20th Century watercolour by the artist Charles Arthur Hannaford RBA (1887-1972). Unsigned. On watercolour paper.
The condition is good for a picture of this age including some light surface discolouration.
33.6 x 24.8cm (13.2" x 9.8")Sheet: 36 x 27.2cm (14.2" x 10.7")
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Based in Norwich, the Hannaford family comprised of two key artistic figures; Charles Edward Hannaford (1863-1955) and his son, Charles Arthur Hannaford (1887-1972). Both members of the Royal Society of British Artists, the Hannafords painted their surrounding landscapes with great skill and attention to detail. Subjects include the Norfolk Broads, Cornish and Dartmoor landscapes, Dutch canals and much more.
Charles Arthur studied at Plymouth College of Art. He exhibited principally at the Royal Society of British Artists and, like his father, was an elected member of the society. He also showed at the Royal Academy and the RGI. To avoid confusion, his work is often signed 'Hannaford Junior' or 'Hannaford Jnr'.
|Artist||Charles Arthur Hannaford RBA (1887-1972)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||33.6 x 24.8cm|
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