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    Frederick William Jackson

    Frederick William Jackson "The Farmyard" watercolour

    £1,950

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    Frederick William Jackson (1859-1918) was born at Oldham in 1859. He was the son of an art dealer and photographer and was a member of the Arts Club in 1879, the Limners Club in 1880 and the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts in 1881. He was a founder member of the Staithes group and Art Club and exhibited widely throughout the country. His work is now in important private and public collections and is much sought after.

    "The Farmyard" is a fine large example of Jackson's watercolour paintings. It measures 14" x 19" and is signed lower right. It is framed giving an overall size of 24"x 30" and has remains of an old label for the Fine Art Society on the back.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    10915

    Dimensions

    W: 19" (48.3 cm)H: 14" (35.6 cm)

    Period

    Late 20th Century

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    McTague of Harrogate

    North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

    McTague of Harrogate was opened in 1981 by Paul McTague who has run the gallery since with help and advice from family members Melanie, Emma and Robert. From an early age Paul was brought up surrounded by pictures and artists. This sowed the seed of interest which has grown into his current...