Herbert William Palliser (1883-1963) - Mid 20thC Ink Drawing, Village And Trees
DescriptionA striking and deftly executed pen and ink landscape with graphite underdrawing. Large trees in a meadow obscure the view of the rooftops of a distant village. The artist has signed to the lower right and the drawing has been presented in a simple oak frame with wash-line mount. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration.
23.7 x 34cm (9.3" x 13.4")Framed Size: 48 x 55.3cm (18.9" x 21.8")
Sculptor, born in Northallerton, Yorkshire. After time as a pupil with an architect in Harrogate, the studied at Central School of Arts and Crafts, 1906-11, then with J Havard Thomas at the Slade School of Fine Art, 1911-14. Taught at Royal College of Art. Showed at RA, NEACn Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, and Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts. His commissions included the Calcutta War Memorial, 1924; Cobra Fountain, New Delhi, 1932; and Roosevelt Memorial, Westminster Abbey, 1946. Palliser was a fellow of the Broadbent's Sculpture Today in Great Britain 1940-43, and in Eric Newton's British Sculpture 1944-46. the was married to the painter Jane Moncur and lived in London.
|Artist||Herbert William Palliser (1883-1963)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||23.7 x 34cm|
|Medium||Pen and Ink|
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