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Duncan Bruce - Sepia 1976 Watercolour, Farmstead, Upper Thames

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Duncan Bruce - Sepia Original 1976 Watercolour. The verso contains a label showing that this painting was entered into the TH Saunders and Bockingford 1977 Artists in Watercolour Competition. The verso also includes the artists' inscription, date and signature. Signed. In fine condition.

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.


27.2 x 36.7cm (10.7" x 14.4")

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Code ms533
Artist Duncan Bruce
Date 1976
Dimensions 27.2 x 36.7cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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