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Henry Joseph Reynolds (1885-1977) - Watercolour, Pond House



A delightful watercolours landscape by Henry Joseph Reynolds, depicting a rural thatched cottage positioned next to a village pond. The painting is signed to the lower right-hand corner. Well presented in quarter round gilt frame and white card mount. Glazed. On paper.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some light discolouration.


18 x 26.6cm (7.1" x 10.5")
Framed Size: 29.5 x 38.4cm (11.6" x 15.1")

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Artist Biography

Henry Joseph Reynolds was born in Islington and started painting at the age of nine. A self-taught artist, he moved to North Essex in the 1920s after his brother bought a cottage in Wethersfield. He is best known for his local landscapes - mainly delicately drawn and softly-toned watercolours.

Unable to make a living as an artist locally, H. J. Reynolds returned to London as a commercial artist. He exhibited at the London Salon around 1918, and exhibited a Welsh scene with the British watercolours Society in Blackpool in 1923.

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Code rn447
Artist Henry Joseph Reynolds (1885-1977)
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 18 x 26.6cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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