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Richard Archibald Ray (1884-1968) - 1919 Watercolour, The Bullock Yard



A vibrant early 20th century study of a farmyard by well listed English artist Richard Archibald Ray (1884-1968), his expressive depiction has been lifted by the light colour pallet and imaginative brushstrokes. As headmaster of Sunderland College of Art, 1919-48 and member of his local Sunderland Art Club, Ray was a talented and respected artist. His commissions include a War Memorial from WWII, located in Mowbray Park, Sunderland and a statue of Sir Joseph Swan a pioneer of electrical experimentation which was commissioned in 1931 and is located in Pilgrim Street, Sunderland. His artwork is in the collection of Sunderland Museum and Art Gallery. Well presented in a washline mount and reeded gilt frame. Signed and dated and inscribed. On wove.


Shows very minor foxing. Overall in very fine condition.


23.5 x 30.8cm (9.3" x 12.1")
Framed Size: 51.7 x 57.5cm (20.4" x 22.6")

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Code kj370
Artist Richard Archibald Ray (1884-1968)
Date 1919
Dimensions 23.5 x 30.8cm
Framed Yes
Medium Watercolour
Style Impressionism
Subject Architecture & Cityscapes
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