Parker Hagarty - Excellent 19th Century Watercolour Landscape
DescriptionParker Hagarty - RCA (British 1859-1934). A very fine watercolour probably late 19th Cenrtury of a country scene. In excellent conidition and nicely framed in gilted frame. Signed lower left corner Parker Hagarty was born in Canada on the 27th September 1859. The family came to England and he was educated at Liverpool, later studying at the Liverpool School of Art and at the Academie Julien in Paris under Bouguereau. He painted in both oil and watercolour, specialising firstly in landscapes turning later to portraits, nudes and figurative subjects. He settled in Cardiff in 1887 and was a founder member of the South Wales Art Society, being elected a Member of the Royal Cambrian Academy in 1900. He exhibited in the Principle London Galleries from 1884, and many of his views were of Wales and East Anglia. EXHIBITED: 1884-1916 142 Royal Cambrian Academy 131 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 26 Royal Academy 11 Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour 5 Royal Institute of Oil Painters 4 Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham 4 Manchester City Art Gallery 2 Glasgow Institute Fine Art 2 Dudley Gallery 1 Royal Scottish AcademySize: 25 x 34cm (9.8" x 13.4") Framed Size: 45 x 54cm (17.7" x 21.3")
|Dimensions||25 x 34cm|
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