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Holmes Winter (1851-1935) - Set of Two 1926 Graphite Drawing, River Scenes

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Holmes Winter (1851-1935) - Set of Two Original 1926 Graphite Drawing. Two graphite drawings measuring (8 x 12.5 cm) and (7.5 x 12.5 cm). Drawn on laid and fixed at the corners to backing paper. Unsigned. In fine condition.

Holmes Edwin Cornelius Winter was born in Great Yarmouth in 1851 the son of the artist Cornelius Jason Walter Winter (1820-1891), moved to Gorleston and then to Norwich with his father. Holmes studied at the Norwich School of Art and as a young man travelled around the country on walking tours with Frederick Kitton, a boyhood friend with whom he would go sailing on the Broads on the boat they owned between them. Marrying in 1879 Holmes moved to the St.Albans area where he died in 1935. He occasionally signed his father's works as his own, and also signed his own work with the pseudonym 'W Rowland'. Towards the end of his life he became insane.


8 x 12.5cm (3.1" x 4.9")

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Code nx355
Artist Holmes Winter (1851-1935)
Date 1926
Dimensions 8 x 12.5cm
Framed No
Medium Graphite
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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