Peter John Stuckey (1921-2013) - Pen and Ink Drawing, Study of Mountains
DescriptionSigned to the lower left-hand corner. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and light surface marks.
23.7 x 32.8cm (9.3" x 12.9")Sheet: 26.1 x 36cm (10.3" x 14.2")
A captivating collection of works by the British artist Peter John Stuckey. The collection includes a range of different subjects, including landscape studies, nautical views and depictions of aircrafts.
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Peter John Stuckey (1921-2013) was a British artist born in Bristol. He attended school in the village of Frenchay until him and his family moved to London in 1927. His father, Sidney John Stuckey, was in the military, serving in the First World War in the Rifle Brigade, and was also a military artist.
Stuckey's subjects range from aviation scenes, landscapes and nautical views and his technique is quite distinctive. He mostly works in black ink with a fairly blunt tipped pen and watercolour. Stuckey often inscribed his drawings with their subjects or locations.
The artist's works can be found in the collections of the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, the Frenchay Village Museum, the Fleet Air Arm Museum and the National Museum of the Royal Navy.
|Artist||Peter John Stuckey (1921-2013)|
|Dimensions||23.7 x 32.8cm|
|Medium||Pen and Ink|
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