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    James Watson

    James Watson "Runswick Bay" oil on card

    $2,800 (approx conversion from £2450)

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    About this item

    James Watson (1851-1936) was a landscape and figure painter in oil and watercolour and art teacher at Newcastle Grammar School until 1919. Born in  Newcastle, Watson later attended South Kensington School of Art.
    He was a regular exhibitor with the Bewick Club, Newcastle and in 1900 he sent one work to the Royal Academy. By 1903 he had started to exhibit with the Staithes Art Club. He lived and painted on the North Yorkshire coast until 1930.

    The present painting "Runswick Bay" is a lovely example of his work. Measuring 8" x 11", it is signed, inscribed "Runswick Bay" and dated (19)10. It is framed in a gilt frame giving an overall size of 14"x 17".

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    Additional Information

    Code

    10849

    Dimensions

    W: 11" (27.9 cm)H: 8" (20.3 cm)

    Period

    Early 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...