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Watercolour of Northowram Hall, Near Halifax in Yorkshire. Fred Lawson (1888-1968) was one of Yorkshire's most popular and recognisable artists. He was born in Yeadon near Leeds, won a scholarship to study fine art at Leeds School of Art and again to Kensington College of Art, (now the Royal College of Art). Whilst at the RA he gained silver and bronze medals for drawing. In 1910 Lawson settled in Wensleydale, the area inspiring much of his work. He illustrated several books, including Dale Folk, published in 1927, and is noted for his drawings of Romany people. He showed at the RA, RI, Walker Art Gallery and Royal Glasgow Institute and his work is held in several public galleries including Bradford, Leeds and Wakefield.

Watercolour of Northowram Hall, Near Halifax in Yorkshire, a label to the reverse suggesting this was painted before it suffered a devastating fire at the end of 1925. It is recorded that Anne Lister (Gentleman Jack) was a visitor to the hall in 1820. Within the original gilt oak frame from Bradford framers Matthews and Brooke.

o.s:22.25 in x 18.75 in s.s:12.75 in x 9.25 in.

Price

£575.00

Stock number

4909
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