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James Penniston Barraclough ROI (1890-1942) - 1919 Watercolour, Country Cottage



A peaceful country view featuring a traditional thatched cottage. Presented glazed in a brown mount and a gilt-effect wooden frame. Signed and dated to the lower-left edge. On watercolour paper.


There is some minor discolouration. Overall well-presented and in very good condition.


20 x 30.5cm (7.9" x 12")
Framed Size: 33.6 x 43.8cm (13.2" x 17.2")

Artist Biography

James Penniston Barraclough ROI (1890-1942) was a painter, primarily of portraits in oils. He lived and worked in London and exhibited mainly at the Walker Art Gallery, RA, RP, and ROI, becoming a member of the latter in 1922. He also showed with the 7 & 5 Society and in the provinces, particularly at Matthews and Brooke's Gallery, Bradford. Amongst his best-known works are 'Bedtime and The Artist's Wife', and paintings such as 'Portrait of a Little Girl in Blue', 1925, show his competence with a brush and his interest in the effect of light playing on the human figure. Barraclough lived in Chelsea and was married to Gladys Barraclough, a textile and poster designer. Examples of his work are in the collections of Bradford Museums and Galleries, the National Trust, the Royal College of Music, Southwark Culture and Heritage Services, and Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery.

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Code qy924
Artist James Penniston Barraclough ROI (1890-1942)
Date 1919
Dimensions 20 x 30.5cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Impressionism
Subject Architecture & Cityscapes
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