Henry Harding Bingley ARWS RMS (1887-1972) - Watercolour, Kingsbridge Quay
DescriptionA tranquil view of boats at Kingsbridge Quay in Devon. Presented glazed in a gilt-effect wooden frame. Signed to the lower-left corner. Artist's label to the verso which includes the title. On wove.
There is some minor foxing and discolouration. There are some slight scuffs at the corners of the frame. Overall in very good condition.
20.8 x 36.6cm (8.2" x 14.4")Framed Size: 38.4 x 54.8cm (15.1" x 21.6")
Henry Harding Bingley (1887-1972) was a painter in watercolour of marines, coastal scenes, and particularly West Country views. Bingley was born in London and served in the Bedfordshire Regiment in World War I and settled in Perranporth in Cornwall during World War II, remaining in the county until the 1950s. His name is sometimes seen erroneously as Herbert Harding Bingley, due to information given in Jeremy Wood's dictionary of neglected and overlooked painters. He was an Associate Member of the British Watercolour Society and a member of the Society of Miniaturists. His paintings almost always include water and he is best known for watercolours of Cornish coastal scenes. He died in Worthing, Sussex.
Kingsbridge, Devon, England, United Kingdom
|Artist||Henry Harding Bingley ARWS RMS (1887-1972)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||20.8 x 36.6cm|
|Subject||Seascape & Coastal|
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