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Edward Elliot (1850-1916) Superb Vintage Fishing Estuary Landscape Oil Painting
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Manner Of Edward Elliot (1850-1916) Large Fishing Estuary Landscape Oil Painting Brief Description: This is a wonderful original Vintage Oil/Impasto on Board Painting depicting an expansive British Estuary, with two lone fishermen working their nets beside their small boats and a large industrial City to the distance. Bears signature for 'Edward Elliot' (1850-1916), although we believe the painting to date to the 1960s. Edward Caselton Elliot was born at Ranworth, Norfolk in 1850, only son of Edward Rising Elliot (1812-1885), a farmer of 263 acres and 194 acres of marshes, at Ranworth, and his wife Emily née Caselton, who died at Edward’s birth in 1850, father Edward married again in 1853, Elizabeth née Gardiner. Young Edward was taught drawing by Norfolk artist John Berney Ladbrooke (1803-1879) and later studied at the Royal Academy Schools, at the time that Frederic George Cotman [q.v.] was also a student and they became friends, making painting tours of Norfolk and Suffolk. In 1871, Edward and his sister Sarah (1842-1915), were lodging at 13 Napier Road, Kensington, London, the home of 27-year-old Edith Osborne, an artist in oil, and with whom she may have taught him the skills of painting in oils. In 1881, a 30-year-old landscape artist, together with his sister, lodging at Abinger Hammer, Dorking, Surrey, the home of Henry Bowles and his family but on the death of Edward's father in 1885, he returned to Norfolk to take over the 262-acre family farm at Hethersett. A landscape, coastal and figure painter, was elected a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1884. In 1891, Edward and sister Sarah were living at White House, Turnpike, Hethersett, Norfolk ‘artist in oils’ but by 1896 he had given up the farm and was an artist living at 26 Marine Parade, with a studio at 9 Commercial Road, Lowestoft, formerly the studio of George Parsons Norman [q.v.]. By 1900, an ‘artist & sculptor’ living at 12 North Parade, Lowestoft with his 58-year-old sister Sarah Elliott, his studio was still in Commercial Road. A member of the Woodpecker Art Club, later named the Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle, 1885-1910 from Hethersett and Acle, also a member and exhibitor at the Ipswich Art Club 1897-1901, exhibiting from Marine Parade, Lowestoft in 1898 'Breezy June', 'Green Pastures' and 'Happy Days'. He also exhibited at Birmingham Royal Society of British Artists; Bruton Galleries; Dudley Gallery; Grosvenor Gallery; Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Walker Gallery, Liverpool; Manchester City Art Gallery; Royal Academy; Royal Society of British Artists and Royal Institute of British Painters. In 1911, Edward, an artist, and Sarah were living 'on own means', at The Firs, Acle, Norfolk where Sarah died on 15 May 1915, aged 75 and where Edward died on 14 January 1916, aged 65. At the centenary of the Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle in 1985 his oil on canvas, 'Portrait of Miss Catherine Maude Nichols' was on display It is a beautifully textured painting and executed in a wonderful impressionistic manner. Attributes: Oil & Impasto on Board Bears signature: 'Elliot' Circa: 1960's Condition: Mounted within the original and traditional vintage white wooden frame, and offered in an overall superb original condition commensurate with age. Framed Measurements: INCHES & CENTIMETRES Height: 13.2'' | 33.5 cm Width: 49.5'' | 125.7 cm Depth: 1.1'' | 2.7 cm ^^ Fast & Free UK Delivery Included^^ *A Certificate Of Authenticity (COA) will be provided by artsonline with this piece* About Us: Artsonline UK is a family run business with over 30 years of combined industry experience, so customer satisfaction is paramount to us! Why choose artsonline? Artsonline UK is proud to be one of the very few online art dealers that offer a genuine 30-day-money-back refund policy. (minus the return cost of postage) We stock a wonderfully eclectic mix of over 800 original paintings at any one time, dating from the 16th Century, right through until our very latest, and, contemporary, 21st Century art. Delivery Artsonline UK ships worldwide daily, using only fully insured, priority, and fully tracked delivery services. Great care and much time are taken over the safe transportation of the Fine Art & Antique pieces which we sell. We pack extremely carefully, so you can rest assured that your piece will arrive with you in perfect condition. For larger paintings, antique furniture pieces, and fragile items which can not be sent via the normal postal services, we use professional door-to-door delivery providers, who will always strive to deliver your piece promptly, within approx. 7-14 working days. Returns Policy Artsonline UK are one of the very few online art dealers that provides a genuine no-quibble 30-day money-back refund policy (excluding the cost of Postage & Packaging). If a piece should arrive damaged on an extremely rare occasion, artsonline will, of course, refund the entire purchase price, together with any return shipping cost that occurred.
Artsonline.org.uk has clarified that the Edward Elliot (1850-1916) Superb Vintage Fishing Estuary Landscape Oil Painting (LA360717) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1960s
Mounted within the original and traditional vintage white wooden frame, and offered in an overall superb original condition commensurate with age.
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This Edward Elliot (1850-1916) Superb Vintage Fishing Estuary Landscape Oil Painting is located in Shepton Mallet, United Kingdom