Duncan Bruce - 1974 Watercolour, Castle Landscape After Cotman
DescriptionDuncan Bruce - Original 1974 Watercolour. Watercolour and graphite. 'After Cotman' inscription on verso may refer to the artists' influence by John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), an English marine and landscape painter, etcher, illustrator and author, a leading member of the Norwich school of artists. Signed. Some foxing as shown in photos.From a collection of 60 paintings by the artist dating from 1972 - 1993. Duncan Bruce (1919 – 2002) spent his life recording the English landscape from Cornwall to Scotland. This allegedly began when Bruce was a young soldier in WW11 when he witnessed horses being loaded onto a boat. He felt that this scene must be recorded and from that day he continued to capture everyday life. After the war Bruce became a farmer. He exhibited widely throughout his career and he was a member of the Chichester Art Society and the Association of Sussex Artists. His journeys around the United Kingdom are fully recognised in his striking watercolour paintings.
25.5 x 31.2cm (10" x 12.3")
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|Dimensions||25.5 x 31.2cm|
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