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Francis E. Jamieson (1895-1950) - Oil, Mountainous Scene with Shepherd

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Description

A charming oil painting by the well-listed artist Francis E. Jamieson, depicting a mountainous landscape scene with a river, a cottage and a shepherd with his sheep. Signed to the lower right-hand corner. On canvas on stretchers.

Condition

The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration, small surface marks, minor areas of paint loss and craquelure. There are two dents to the right-hand margin, as well as a long scratch to the centre of the painting. Inspection under UV light reveals no restoration.

Size

40.6 x 60.9cm (16" x 24")

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Artist Biography

Francis E. Jamieson (1895-1950) was commonly known for his Scottish landscapes and loch scenes. Jamieson lived on the south coast of England and was contracted to a large department store to supply them with his paintings. The artist often signed with pseudonyms such as 'Phil Hips', 'Graham Williams', 'W. Richards' and 'Arnold Pienne', in order to reach a wider audience, whilst also selling his work ‘door to door’. Jamieson’s work was often in a traditional Victorian style and his pictures were reproduced as postcards by Ajelli and Co of London in the 1920’s.

More Information
Code rb886
Artist Francis E. Jamieson (1895-1950)
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 40.6 x 60.9cm
Medium Oil
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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