William Henry Sweet (1889-1943) - Watercolour, Fisherman Returning Home
DescriptionA fine early 20th century watercolour painting by the artist William Henry Sweet. The scene depicts a small village with a fisherman returning home. Artist's name and dates inscribed on the mount, however, the birth date seems to have been wrongly inscribed. Listings by William Henry Sweet often appear as Walter Henry Sweet. Well-presented in a washline mount and in a simple wooden frame. Signed. On Watercolour paper.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and minor foxing. some surface marks to the mount. Very small scuffs to the frame.
42.3 x 32.8cm (16.7" x 12.9")Sheet: 26.7 x 17.2cm (10.5" x 6.8") Framed Size: 42.1 x 32.8cm (16.6" x 12.9")
Little-known painter and etcher of street scenes, sea pieces and illustrator who studied at Exeter School of Art under John Shapland. After service in World War I, Sweet relocated to Dundee where he was employed as a commercial illustrator for Valentine and Sons.
|Artist||William Henry Sweet (1889-1943)|
|Dimensions||42.3 x 32.8cm|
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