Herbert Alexander RWS (1874-1946) - 1924 Watercolour, Cottage at Harmondsworth
DescriptionA view of a cottage in Harmondsworth, a village in the London Borough of Hillingdon. Presented glazed in a beige mount and a pink and green marble effect wooden frame. Signed and dated to the lower-left edge. There is a label on the verso that is inscribed with the location. On wove.
There is some slight discolouration, primarily to the mount. There are some scuffs at the corners of the frame. Overall the painting is in very good condition for its age.
32.3 x 16.9cm (12.7" x 6.7")Framed Size: 53.4 x 36.2cm (21" x 14.3")
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Herbert Alexander RWS (1874-1946) was a British painter. He was born in London, he studied at Herkomer Art School, Bushey, and later at the Slade School. During World War I he enlisted in the 5th Buffs, serving in India and Mesopotamia. He was elected an associate of the RWS in 1905, and a full member in 1927. He exhibited at the Baillie Gallery, Dudley Gallery Art Society, Dowdeswells, Fine Art Society, Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour, Royal Watercolour Society, Walker's Gallery, and Walker Art Gallery and is represented in the Ulster Museum, Belfast. His daughter Camilla Alexander was a mural painter.
Harmondsworth, West Drayton, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
|Artist||Herbert Alexander RWS (1874-1946)|
|Dimensions||32.3 x 16.9cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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