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Charles Jones Way (1835-1919) RCA - 1915 Watercolour, The Elegant Garden

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Description

An impressive watercolour study by well listed artist Charles Jones Way RCA. The delicate brushstrokes and verdant green tones are typical of Way's realistic style. This particular study shows a grand garden with an ornate central water feature. Well presented in a mount and modern gilt effect frame. With biographical detail attached to the reverse. Signed and dated. On wove.

Condition

The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and minor foxing. There are some minor scratches to the frame and surface dirt to the mount.

Size

24 x 34.4cm (9.4" x 13.5")
Framed Size: 45 x 53.7cm (17.7" x 21.1")

Artist Biography

Charles Jones Way was born at Dartmouth, Devon, England in 1835. He studied at the South Kensington School before relocating to Canada in 1858 and settling in Montreal. He exhibited in Montreal in 1864. In 1870 he was President of the Society of Canadian Artists which was formed in Montreal in 1867. He was awarded a silver medal at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876 for oil and watercolour paintings. In 1880 he was a charter member of the Royal Canadian Academy. In 1890 he left Canada and went to Switzerland and became a member of the Society of Painters and Sculptors in Switzerland.

More Information
Code kj858
Artist Charles Jones Way (1835-1919) RCA
Date 1915
Dimensions 24 x 34.4cm
Framed Yes
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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