John A. Case - 20th Century Watercolour, Study of a Manor House
DescriptionA church tower peers over a luscious row of trees, shadowed by an immaculate manor house. Finished with pen and ink detailing and areas of body colour. Unsigned. On wove.
In fine condition.
15.8 x 23.8cm (6.2" x 9.4")Sheet: 20 x 28.7cm (7.9" x 11.3")
From a large collection of oils and watercolours by the British artist John Case.
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John Case was a British artist based in Bristol, known for his oil and watercolour landscapes. Case first became interested in photography, but quickly developed a passion for painting. He joined Twyford Art Club in Shirehampton and then the Clifton Arts Club. Case appeared on TV painting scenes of Bristol and became an expert in modern gadgetry, frequently used his iPad for sketch painting.
|Artist||John A. Case|
|Dimensions||15.8 x 23.8cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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