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Philip Osment (1861-1947) - Late 19th Century Watercolour, The Watermill



A peaceful scene depicting a watermill on a river. Presented glazed in a gilt-effect mount and gilt-effect frame. Signed to the lower-left edge. On wove.


Some mild foxing and discolouration. Some discolouration to the mount. Some scuffs and chips to the frame, primarily to the corners.


16.6 x 25.7cm (6.5" x 10.1")
Framed Size: 33.9 x 44.3cm (13.3" x 17.4")

Artist Biography

Philip Osment was a painter of marine, coastal and landscape scenes in watercolour. He was born into a family of Exeter silversmiths in 1861. By 1891 he had moved to Wales to work as a landscape artist, living alone near the River Conway. During the 1900s he switched from painting to photography. His surviving pictures – which are mainly watercolours with a few oils – show that he visited Anglesey, Deganwy, Snowdonia and the Dee Estuary, as well as further afield in the Scottish Highlands, Lake District, Hampshire and Cornwall.

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Code qe253
Artist Philip Osment (1861-1947)
Date Late 19th Century
Dimensions 16.6 x 25.7cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Architecture & Cityscapes
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