Charles Walter Radclyffe RBSA (1817-1903) - Watercolour, Hay Field Landscape
DescriptionA delightful landscape depicting an idyllic lake landscape. Distant mountains frame the composition, while figures walking towards the viewer add a depth an interest to the composition. With areas of body colour. Signed. On watercolour paper.
Overall the condition is very good. With some minor discolouration and very minor foxing.
29.5 x 41.7cm (11.6" x 16.4")Sheet: 31.9 x 43.7cm (12.6" x 17.2")
Charles Walter Radclyffe (1817-1903) was a watercolourist, printmaker and lithographer. The son of artist William Radclyffe (1783-1855), he was elected into the Birmingham Society of Artists in 1846. Radclyffe was a key part of Birmingham Art Societies, exhibiting 454 works between 1846 and 1902. His work was mostly typographical landscapes and urban scenes, including his works for Perry Hall and Blenheim Palace in the mid-1800s.
|Artist||Charles Walter Radclyffe RBSA (1817-1903)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||29.5 x 41.7cm|
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