Marcus Ford – Oil on Canvas

Marcus Ford – Oil on Canvas – stock #33516

A fine looking original oil painting on canvas of a heathland landscape by Marcus Ford (1914-89). Probably a view of the countryside round Aldeborough and Snape in Suffolk. Most likely dating to the 1970’s.

Marcus Holley Ford was born in Forest Gate, London and studied art privately. He exhibited largely in Provincial Galleries and held several one man shows including three at the prestigious galleries of Frost and Reed in London. He was President of the Upminster Art Society and was also an eminent member of the Wapping Group. Later in life, he moved to Aldeborough and painted many East Anglian scenes.

33516a

Size
Marks
Condition
cm high
cm wide
Signed in red in bottom right corner. Very good. NO repairs or alterations.
Price GB Pounds
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Nigel Hallard- Mousehole

Nigel Hallard – MOUSEHOLE – Oil on Canvas – stock #16617

A mid century modern style oil painting on canvas board titled “Mousehole” by the artist Nigel Hallard (born 1936). Painted in muted tones of sepia with white clouds and the shoreline buildings of Mousehole in black and browns. Signed on the front “Hallard 73” and inscribed on the reverse “Mousehole Cornwall Oil on Canvas Hallard 1973 12″ x 9″”

Nigel Hallard was born in 1936 and is a full time artist working in Mousehole, Penzance, Cornwall; where he has his own Gallery. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Art London 1976 and appointed an Academician of the South West Academy Exeter in 2007. His works are owned by leading companies including Shell Marketing and also John Major the former British Prime Minister.

16617a

Size
Marks
Condition
Image – 29cm by 21.5cm
Frame – 40cm by 32.5cm
Signed front and back. Painting – excellent condition. No paint loss or cracking. Some surface dirt but not unsightly. Frame – tired & worn. Fabric insert have curled up.
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LABRADOR – Etching by George Vernon Stokes

Black LABRADOR Dog – ORIGINAL etching by George Vernon Stokes – stock #16415

A finely executed etching with colour of two setter dogs with a landscape by the famed dog and sporting artist George Vernon Stokes (1873-1954). This example is titled “Labrador” and has a black Labrador dog retrieving a pheasant within a landscape. The etching is signed in pencil and within the image and also numbered 28/75 in pencil. It is presented with a new mount and within it’s original oak frame

George Vernon Stokes was born in London and educated privately. He exhibited widely including at the Royal Academy (from 1907), The Royal Society of British Artists, RI and RMS. Elected RBA (1930) and RMS (1896). He contributed black and white dog illustrations to ‘Punch.’ (1905) The Illustrated London News’ (1915), ‘The Graphic’ and ‘The Sphere.’ Published ‘How to Draw and Paint Dogs.’

16415a

Size
Marks
Condition
Image – 29.5cm by 24cm
Frame – 53.5cm by 50cm
Signed within the plate and in pencil.
Numbered 28/75 in pencil.
No rips, tears, staining or foxing. New mount and original oak wood frame.
Price GB Pounds
£265.00
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