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William Eyre Walker RWS: 19th century watercolour of a river landscape
REF: P1717 / LA329233
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A beautifully observed river landscape in muted colours by William Eyre Walker (1847-1930). William Eyre Walker was born in Manchester and later lived in Stow on the Wold and Dorset. He was an early exhibitor with the Lake Artists Society. He also exhibited widely elsewhere including Royal Academy, Royal Institute, RWS, RSW etc. He was elected a member of RWS in 1896. He was also the father of Bernard Eyre Walker, with whom he is sometimes confused. Signed by the artist lower left.
Art & Stuff has clarified that the William Eyre Walker RWS: 19th century watercolour of a river landscape (LA329233) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being late 19th century
Excellent. Presented in a gilt moulded wooden frame and dark cream lined mount. some discolouration to mount consistent with age.
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This William Eyre Walker RWS: 19th century watercolour of a river landscape is located in ABINGDON, United Kingdom