Refined watercolour painting depicting a very elegant lady in a park. The painting dates back to 1865 circa, when the artist joined the prestigious ‘Royal Scottish Academy’.
The work comes from a London private collection and later from another collection in Monte Carlo.
Artist’s short biography:
Clark, Stanton, born in Birmingham in 1832, studied there and attended the Birmingham School of Art.
Soon he showed love for drawing and moulding and, although destined for a professional career, he was allowed to follow his inclination, and got a job as a designer and modeller at the well-known Elkington and Co. company, that also sent him to study in Italy. In 1855, he went to Edinburgh and, in 1857, began performing at the Royal Scottish Academy, sending "The Ivy Wreath" (a nude study).
His work attracted a lot of attention and he was elected Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in 1862, becoming an academic in 1883. In 1881, he was appointed curator of the Academy's school of life.
His oil and watercolour paintings, although somewhat conventional in style, are well designed and have pleasant colours, therefore they are highly appreciated by international collectors.
The work is sold complete with frame, it will also be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and a declaration of lawful origin.
Image size: 23.5 x 17 cm
Overall painting size: 40 x 36 cm
Tracked shipping via UPS courier. The work will be well protected with an accurate packaging to avoid damage during transport.
- George Clark Stanton
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Elegante au parc
- Over het algemeen in redelijke staat
- Verkoop met lijst