George Graham (1881-1949) - Signed and Framed 1916 Watercolour, The French Town
DescriptionA very fine watercolour by the listed British artist George Graham. This piece depicts figures on horseback before a town, typical of Graham's fluid style and sensitive approach to colour. There is a framing label and printed extract from a Walker Galleries Catalogue, 2002 on the reverse. Well presented in a gilt Rococo style swept frame and gilt slip. Signed and dated. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration visible to the sky area. There are also some small losses to the frame.
27 x 31cm (10.6" x 12.2")Framed Size: 42.5 x 46.5cm (16.7" x 18.3")
George Graham, was born in Leeds, 1881. He studied at Leeds School of Art and in London under Frank Brangwyn, William Nicholson, and J.M Swan. Graham was also a fine painter and wood engraver travelling extensively in the Dales and France. He became a member of Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colour and the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour. He was also a leading figure in the Society of Yorkshire Artists and the Society of Sussex Painters. Graham exhibited at the Fine Art Society; Royal Academy from 1916; New English Arts Club from 1938. A member of the East Sussex Arts Club and elected to the Royal Society of British Artists in 1948 he continued to exhibit across the UK most regularly in Ipswich.
|Artist||George Graham (1881-1949)|
|Dimensions||27 x 31cm|
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