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MRMA0055

OIL PAINTING Attr to Louisa Fennell Antique 19th Century Fine Quality Piece

OIL PAINTING Attr to Louisa Fennell Antique 19th Century Fine Quality Piece

Oil Painting Ref 110312

 

OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING BRITISH SCHOOL 19th Century 

in a Gold Gilt Frame

Description.  Painted 19th century , This being one of his Best in our opinion ,

this one of his early pieces offers a chance to acquire a fantastic

well known artist's painting 19th century for little Money,

Her pieces have reached at auction $ 8,000 

“Good Condition on canvas"

Very Good condition Piece , Professional cleaned & Relined 

nice old Frame .Ready to hang.

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OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING

Scene GOLD GILT FRAME

NEW COLLECTION Of RARE PIECES OF HISTORY

Title: Party in the Park

Artist: Attributed to Louisa Fennell (1847-1930) 90% sure

Signed : yes

Provenance: john Castagno art
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Medium : Oil painting on canvas

Condition: Good

Country: British school

Frame size : 36.5 in x 26.5 in
( 93 cm x 68 cm)

Canvas size : 30" x 20 "


Description : Louisa Fennell was born in the Wakefield area of the West Riding of Yorkshire in 1847. She died in 1930.Fennel was a watercolourist who exhibited widely in the North of England. For example, her watercolour entry to the 1884 Spring exhibition in Derby was singled out by the local newspaper as "particularly noticeable".In 1881 she departed from her usual subject-matter and published an album of 12 lithographs on The Life of Saint Paul in Rome, which a reviewer in the Magazine of Art described as "not very well done" in a round-up of what leading women artists had been working on.A set of print reproductions of her watercolours was issued in 1900,[ described as "well known" and reproduced in the 1950s. The Hepworth Wakefield has a collection of her works, described as "a much loved part of The Wakefield Permanent Art Collection", and sells modern reproductions of them as prints and notecards. Between 1876 and 1882 she exhibited 11 works, mostly views of Rome, at the Royal Society of British Artists in London. Between 1869 and 1894, Fennell showed nine works at the Society of Women Artists. She also had work included in the Yorkshire Jubilee Exhibition (1887) and the Glasgow International Exhibition of 1888.Fennell is known for her watercolour paintings of local Wakefield scenes including Wakefield Cathedral and Wakefield Chantry Chapel at the turn of the 20th century (1898–1904). Also Sandal Castle painted in 1876, prints of which were donated by the owner to Wakefield City Art Gallery and more recently to the Hepworth Gallery. Later Fennell painted views of other cities, in particular Micklegate and Monk Gate in the city of York.A retrospective exhibition of her work was held at Wakefield City Art Gallery in September 1936. In March 1950 an exhibition of her paintings was opened by the provost of Wakefield at the gallery.After her death, nine of her Wakefield scenes were donated by her family to Wakefield City Art Gallery, in addition to a copy of The Life of Saint Paul in Rome and her original illustrations.[ Seventeen of her works are now the property of Wakefield City Metropolitan District Council.

With an estimate of £3000 - £4000 in a London west end Gallery

beautiful original gold gilt frame

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£2,250.00Price

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