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Lively Landscape By The River, Post Impressionist Painting
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"Lively Landscape By The River, Post Impressionist Painting"
Ernest Walbourn (1872-1927)Lively Landscape by the riverOil on canvas signed low rightOld Frame regilded with gold leavesDim canvas : 61 X 40 cmDim frame : 58 X 77 cmWALBOURN Ernest (1872-1927)English School 19th-20th centuryErnest Charles Walbourn (16 February 1872 Dalston, Middlesex - 1927) was a British landscape painter of rural and farming scenes. He was the second of five children and was educated locally. His father, who owned property in Tasmania (Australia) initially disapproved of his artistic ambitions, but later helped with the setting up of a studio at the family home and the funding of his art training.In 1895 he settled in Chingford (Essex) and began exhibiting at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. From 1897 his paintings were exhibited at the Royal Academy and at the Royal Society of British Artists. His works were well received, many being sold through the London art dealers, W. W. Sampson & Louis Wolfe. In 1906, he married Eva Gardner/Knight who assisted by painting the backgrounds of some of his larger works, later achieving recognition in her own rightBibliography : Dictionary of artists E.Benezit Book XIV / 562
Prix : 6500 €
Artiste : Ernest Walbourn (1872-1927)
Epoque : 19ème siècle
Etat : Très bon état

Matière : Huile sur toile
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