Very nice colourful and detailed watercolour by Henry James Crossland. Signed and dated 1930. The work is nicely framed in a frame of the period and is behind glass (because of the glass some of the pictures show some reflections in the glass, I apologize).
About the artist: JAMES HENRY CROSSLAND, 1852-1939 was born in Wakefield, Yorkshire in 1852, moved to Derbyshire with his family and then to the Lake District, variously Windermere, Bowness, Broughton-in-Furness, where he died in Ambleside, Cumbria in 1939. He painted some Scottish landscapes, but mostly worked in the Lake District and was a founder Member of the Lake Artists' Society in 1904
He exhibited at Suffolk Street from 1885, the Royal Academy from 1898, at the Royal Cambrian Academy, at the Royal Society of Artists Birmingham, and elsewhere in the provinces.
There are paintings in the National Collection, at the Lakeland Art Trust, in Keswick Museum, at the University of Exter, at the Ruskin Museum and at Blackburn Museum, the National Trust, Derby Museum and Nuneaton Museum.
Biographical details may be found at The Painters of the Northern Counties of England and Wales by Dennis Child, The Dictionary of British Artists, The Dictionary of Victorian Painters by Christopher Wood and The Dictionary of British Artists by Grant M. Waters.
The overal condition is good, some minor chip at the frame. Size watercolour itself is 25 cm at 35 cm.
Will be well packed for shipping.
- Gemengde techniek
- James Henry Crossland (1852 - 1939)
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Lakeland landscape with houses
- In goede staat
- Totale afmetingen
- 51×2×61 cm