George Graham "The Romney Marsh" oil on canvas
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George Graham was born in Leeds in 1881 and took drawing lessons at Leeds School of Art and later studied painting in London under Sir Frank Brangwyn and Sir William Nicholson. He exhibited oil paintings and watercolours at the Royal Academy 1908-1947, the Royal Scottish Academy from 1916, the New English Art Club from 1938 and at many other Galleries throughout the U.K.. George Graham settled at Winchelsea Beach in the early 1920s designing and building a house in 1922 that he called Salt Dykes and where he died in 1949.
"The Romney Marsh" is an oil painting on canvas measuring 10"x 15". It is signed lower right, inscribed on the back with the title "The Romney Marsh" and is in a good period swept frame giving an overall size of 16"x 20".
W: 15" (38.1 cm)H: 10" (25.4 cm)
Early 20th Century
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...