Circle of Edward Harrison Compton (1881-1960) - Early 20th Century Oil, The Alps
DescriptionA fine landscape painting reminiscent of work by Edward Harrison Compton (1881-1960). Depicting a dominating alpine mountain and traditional chalet the strong composition is definitely influenced by Compton's own fine handling of light and tone. Well presented in a gilt effect frame. Indistinctly signed to the lower left. On canvas board.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some surface dirt. There are scattered flakes of paint loss to the edges. Minor marks to the frame. Inspection under UV light reveals no restoration.
32.5 x 22.4cm (12.8" x 8.8")Framed Size: 43.5 x 32.3cm (17.1" x 12.7")
paint, born in Feldafing, Bavaria, the son of the paint Edward Theodore Compton. He was educated at Schnepfenthal, in Thuringia, and then studied art under his father and in London, at the Central School of Arts & Crafts. He returned to live in Feldafing, exhibiting oils and watercolours of landscape and architecture both in Germany and England. He shared two exhibitions with his father at the Fine Art Society in 1907 and 1909 and also showed at Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and the RA. His work is in the collection of Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne and Torre Abbey Museum.
|Artist||Circle of Edward Harrison Compton (1881-1960)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||32.5 x 22.4cm|
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