We have over 30 years’ expertise in nineteenth-century paintings, with an emphasis on maritime and quality landscapes.

Arthur Spooner

Fisherman on the Riverbank

Medium

Oil on Canvas

Edition

Signed and Framed Original

Size

18 x 24 inches

We have over 30 years’ expertise in nineteenth-century paintings, with an emphasis on maritime and quality landscapes

 

Featured Artist

Arthur Spooner

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Norman Wilkinson
CBE RI

24 November 1878 – 30 May 1971

Wilkinson was a British artist who usually worked in oils, watercolors and drypoint. He was primarily a marine painter, but also an illustrator, poster artist, and wartime camoufleur.

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Frank Hider

1861 – 1933

He belonged to a group of artists known as the “Burnham Group”, a colony who settled at Burnham Beeches in Buckinghamshire. Although prolific in his output, Hider rarely exhibited. He died in 1933 at the age of 72.

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Walter Heath Williams

1836 – 1906

Williams subject matter included country, river and coastal scenes in the West Country, especially Devon and Cornwall.

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Ernest Walbourne

1871 – 1927

Walbourn’s talent for capturing charming scenes of English country life, with an assured yet light touch, won him universal appeal. His work can be found in collections worldwide.

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Adolphus Knell

Flourished 1860 – 1890

Adolphus Knell is a member of the famous Knell family who specialised in maritime subjects, a brother to William Callcott Knell and most probably the son of William Adolphus Knell.

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William Hoggatt

1880 – 1961

Walbourn’s talent for capturing charming scenes of English country life, with an assured yet light touch, won him universal appeal. His work can be found in collections worldwide.

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Thomas Hale Sanders

1874 – 1898

Hale Sanders was a London based Painter who specialised in Landscapes and River Scenes, often painting the Thames.

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James Webb

1825 – 1895

He was a landscape painter specialising in coastal and port scenes.
Webb is renowned for his paintings of rocky shores and famous old castles and in his lifetime he exhibited 29 paintings at the Royal Academy and 37 at the British Institute between 1850 and 1888.

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William Anslow Thornley RBA

1858 – 1898

He was undoubtedly a prolific artist as the number of his London exhibits shows (205), though his work is extremely popular especially in recent years.

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Thomas Sidney Cooper

1803 – 1902

Cooper began his working life as a coach painter, a little later he obtained employment as a scene painter and he alternated between these two professions for about eight years.

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Charles Napier Hemy

1841 –1917

Hemy also did some illustrative work, notably in the 1880s, when he drew excellent pictures to accompany travel articles around Britain. He also produced historical paintings and landscapes, but more or less confined himself to sea, coast and fishing scenes after his move to Falmouth.

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J Murday

British 19th Century

J Murday was a British 19th Century painter, very little is known about the life of this artist, though he has work in public collections including the National Maritime Museum.

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William Callcott Knell

1848 – 1879

Between 1848 and 1865 he exhibited 17 pictures at leading London venues, including three at the Royal Academy, three at the British Institute and nine at the Royal Society of British Artists.

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Alfred Fontville de Breanski

1877 – 1945

Landscape painter and son of Alfred De Breanski Senior, the well-known Victorian artist known for his marvelous sensitive handling and broad brushwork.

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Arthur George Bell

1849 – 1916

Bell was a painter and illustrator and in 1888 a member of the Ipswich Fine Art Club in which year he exhibited three paintings ‘The River Blyth’, ‘Return of the Haymakers’ and ‘The Landing Place’ and was a regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy from 1879; the Royal Institute of Painters in Oil Colours and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water-Colour.

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Georges Philibert Charles Maroniez

1865 – 1933

While attending law school, he also took courses at the École des Beaux-Arts of Douai and became a student of Pierre Billet. It was there that he met the painter Adrien Demont, the son-in-law of Jules Breton and at the age of 22 he started exhibiting peasant genre and landscape scenes in Douai and Paris.

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James Stark

1794 – 1859

His style owes much to the Master, Crome. Like him, he painted English Landscapes with animals and rustic figures.

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Louise Rayner

1832 – 1924

Louise Rayner was born in Matlock Bath in Derbyshire on 21 June 1832 to Samuel Rayner (1806-1879) and his wife Ann (1802-1890).

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George Sheridan Knowles

1863 – 1931

Sheridan Knowles was a London genre painter in both oils and watercolour. He was educated at the Manchester College of Art and then the Royal Academy. He exhibited widely, in particular at the Royal Academy and the British Institute.

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Hercules Brabazon Brabazon

1821 – 1906

Hercules Brabazon Brabazon was famous for his impressionist style watercolours of landscapes and seascapes. Born in Paris to English parents, he was educated at Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he read Mathematics.

The Tate Gallery has a collection of his works and he is also represented in various provincial art galleries.

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John Robertson Reid

1851 – 1926

John Robertson Reid was born in Edinburgh and studied at the Royal Scottish Academy schools before moving to Cornwall and later London. Reid’s subjects – field workers, humble people – were similar to those of Bastien-Lepage, but his handling of the paint was more dynamic and reflected his training in Scotland.

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Henry Harris

1852 – 1926

Henry Harris was an oil painter, and occasionally watercolour, of landscapes and rural scenes. He was born at Cullompton, Devon, in 185, the son of a miller, and one of 15 boys.

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