Charles Nicholls Woolnoth (1815-1906) RSW - Watercolour, Highland Landscape
DescriptionA fine panoramic landscape scene by the British artist Charles Nicholls Woolnoth. Here the artist has wonderfully captured a highland landscape with figures fishing in the crystal blue flowing river. This fine example of Woolnoth's work is finely detailed with delicate touches of gouache that add a depth and perspective to the composition. painted on watercolour paper and laid to thick card. Signed.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and foxing. Minor small touches of paint loss to the outer edges, possibly caused by a previous mount.
39.1 x 57.1cm (15.4" x 22.5")Sheet: 44.7 x 61.4cm (17.6" x 24.2")
Charles Nicholls Woolnoth was a 19th century artist who was born in London in 1815 and died on the 25th of March 1906, in Glasgow. He concentrated on land and waterscapes in watercolours and gouache. Woolnoth was a member of the Royal Watercolours Society and exhibited in London from 1838 to 1875.
|Artist||Charles Nicholls Woolnoth (1815-1906) RSW|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||39.1 x 57.1cm|
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