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Oswald Garside RI (1879-1942) - Watercolour, Street Scene under Moonlight



A charming watercolour painting by the artist Oswald Garside, depicting a village street scene with figures. Signed to the lower right-hand corner. Presented in a gold card mount and in a wooden frame, as shown. On watercolour paper.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including discolouration and light foxing. Some scuffs to the frame.


19.9 x 29.1cm (7.8" x 11.5")
Framed Size: 41.3 x 50.3cm (16.3" x 19.8")

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Artist Biography

Oswald Garside RI (1879-1942) was a painter, born in Southport, Lancashire, the son of a chemist. He worked initially as a cabinet maker and then studied at Warrington School of Art. He also studied at the Académie Julian for three years, spending some time in Italy afterwards. Elected RI in 1916, RCamA in 1924 and RBA in 1925, Garside was a member of the Liverpool Academy of Arts, Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, Ipswich Fine Art Club and President of the Midland Sketching Club. His work was exhibited at RA from 1902, also at the Paris Salon and elsewhere. Examples can be seen at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, Cheshire where an exhibition of his work was staged in 1995.

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Code rc666
Artist Oswald Garside RI (1879-1942)
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 19.9 x 29.1cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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