Vincent Lines VPRWS RWA NEAC - 1927 Pen and Ink Drawing, House Interior
DescriptionVincent Lines VPRWS RWA NEAC - Original 1927 Pen and Ink Drawing. Signed and dated in ink lower right. On card. Signed and dated. Condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. Area of surface abrasion to figure by the window.Painter and printmaker Vincent Lines VPRWS RWA NEAC (1909-1968) was a close friend of Thomas Hennell, and the pair often painted together, especially in the countryside around Hennell’s home at Ridley in Kent. Appointed Principal of Horsham School of Art when still only in his mid twenties, he contributed to the Recording Britain project during the Second World War. After the war, he became Principal of Hastings School of Art and, later, Vice-President of the Royal Society of Painters in Water-Colours.
22.5 x 17.7cm (8.9" x 7")Sheet: 28 x 20.2cm (11" x 8")
Part of a collection pen and ink drawings by Vicent Lines VPRWS RWA NEAC (1909-1968). All are signed and dated.
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|Artist||Vincent Lines VPRWS RWA NEAC|
|Dimensions||22.5 x 17.7cm|
|Medium||Pen and Ink|
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