Thomas Morris Ash (1851-1935) - Late 19th Century Oil, Near Bournemouth
DescriptionA forest landscape viewed through the branches of trees. Presented in a wooden frame with a white painted inner window. Signed to the lower-left edge. Inscribed with the title and name of the artist on the verso. On canvas on stretchers.
There is a small restoration to the canvas in the centre of the right half. There are several sympathetic restorations to paint losses across the work. There is some surface dirt and discolouration to the varnish. Overall in good condition.
39.1 x 59.3cm (15.4" x 23.3")Framed Size: 52.2 x 72.5cm (20.6" x 28.5")
Thomas Morris Ash (1851-1935) was a Birmingham-born landscape artist, the son of an optician and a younger brother to artist Albert Edward Ash. Ash exhibited at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Hibernian Academy, and Royal Scottish Academy. Examples are held by Okehampton Town Council and the Core Library Solihull.
|Artist||Thomas Morris Ash (1851-1935)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||39.1 x 59.3cm|
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