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MRMA0055

ORIGINAL ANTIQUE 19th CENTURY BRITISH OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING ROMANTIC SCENE

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PAINTING REF 11054

 

(   19th century  ) 

 

““Average Condition canvas but very old, with some bubbling/cracking in places .. Cleaned ,Relined , re-vanished , Ready to hang. " frame is in nice condition ””” see picture

 

Fine Original Antique 19th Century British OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING Romantic Scene GOLD GILT FRAME

NEW COLLECTION Of RARE PIECES OF ENGLISH HISTORY

By James hall Cranstoun Similar $20,000
 
Premier Collection

 

Description

 

( 19th century )

 

Title: WEST END OF LOCH KATRINE
Romantic River scene
 
Artist: James Hall Cranstoun (1821-1907)
 
Signed : label to reverse
 
unsigned Note; 5. Is the painting signed - it always helps if it is , REMEMBER before c. 1860 it was more common than not for artists NOT to sign there works ,you where mean't to know who the artist was by the style /hand , but this has been lost over
time. so don't be put off if its an early work you are viewing with no signature .
 
Provenance: john castagno art
signature directory
 
Medium : Oil painting on canvas
Has been relined at some stage in life
 
Note ; Most of the paintings done by this artist are in British Museums .
 
 
Condition: Good
 
Country: British school
 
Frame size : 35 in x 27 in
( 89 cm x 69 cm)
 
Canvas size : 26" x 17" 
 

With an estimate of £20000 - £30000

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Things to know about James Hall Cranstoun

 

  • James was born in Edinburgh (1821) and died in Perth (8 June 1907)
  • James was the son of Thomas Cranstoun a naval surgeon and his wife Jean Dalrymple
  • James moved to Perth about 1849
  • James was appointed visiting Art Master at Glenalmond College near Perth in 1855/6
  • James held the post at Glenalmond for seventeen and a half years making over 1,000 journeys from home in that time
  • James was a lifelong friend of Sir William Quiller Orchardson who painted members of Cranstoun’s familyJames had a sister Jane Cranstoun and a brother Charles Dalrymple Cranstoun who also lived in PerthJames ran a private Drawing Academy from his studio in Atholl Street between 1854 and 1859
  • James renamed his Drawing Academy the Classical Academy in 1860 and continued to run it until 1897/8
  • James was a landscape painter who favoured oils but also worked in watercolourJames was involved in the organisation of the 1883 Perth Fine Art Exhibition in which he also exhibited

 

works by James in Perth Museum and Art Gallery

 

 

 

 

 
 
   
   
   
   
 
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