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Frederick James Aldridge (1850-1933) - Watercolour, Ships at Harbour

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A watercolour depicting square-rigged ships anchored in a harbour. Presented glazed in a wash line mount with gold detailing and a distressed gilt-effect wooden frame. Signed to the lower-right corner. On watercolour paper.


There is some discolouration and light foxing. Overall well-presented and in good condition.


35.9 x 53.2cm (14.1" x 20.9")
Framed Size: 55.8 x 72.8cm (22" x 28.7")

Artist Biography

Frederick James Aldridge (1850-1933) was a painter, mainly of marine watercolours, who lived for most of his life in Worthing. He exhibited at many venues including the RA, RHA, and RBA. A regular visitor to Cowes Week, he held exhibitions at Brighton in 1909 and Dorchester the following year. He was associated with the firm of fine art dealers and auctioneers Aldridge of Worthing. Examples of his work are held by Brighton and Hove Art Gallery, Dudley Art Gallery, and Littlehampton Museum.

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Code qx937
Artist Frederick James Aldridge (1850-1933)
Date Late 19th Century
Dimensions 35.9 x 53.2cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Nautical
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