Lewis Charles Powles RBA (1860-1942) - Signed Watercolour, Cattle at a Lake
DescriptionA beautiful and delicately painted watercolour study of cattle watering by a lake, painted by the well listed English watercolourist Lewis Charles Powles. The artist has delicately applied layers of wash to suggest a tranquil summer's day, and add shadows and texture to the cattle. A low line of mountains sits on the distant horizon, suggesting this is a very rural and untouched landscape. beautifully presented in a modern gold frame with pale grey mount. Signed. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and mount burn as shown.
15.4 x 22.4cm (6.1" x 8.8")Framed Size: 29.8 x 37.3cm (11.7" x 14.7")
Lewis Charles Powles was a painter born in Cirencester, England. He gained his Masters from Christchurch College, Oxford in 1898. Little is known about his artistic education but he may have attended the Ruskin School of Drawing while at University. Powles was elected RBA in 1903 and also exhibited at the Baillie Gallery, the Walker Art Gallery, Leicester Galleries, the New English Art Club, Manchester Academy of Fine Arts and the Royal Academy. Powles work is in the collections of the V&A, Huddersfield Art Gallery, Bushey Museum and Art Gallery, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery and Hastings Museum.
|Artist||Lewis Charles Powles RBA (1860-1942)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||15.4 x 22.4cm|
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