Tom Dudley "Ripley, Yorkshire" watercolour
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Tom Dudley (1856 - 1935) was a watercolour painter, born in York, who trained as an architect. He took lessons from William James Boddy and is known for his townscapes. His work is of a high standard and he exhibited widely, his work is now held in local private and public collections.
The present watercolour by Tom Dudley measures 10" x 13" and is signed lower right. It is mounted and framed giving an overall size of 15"x 19".
A very attractive watercolour painting of the village of Ripley near Harrogate in Yorkshire.
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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