Thomas Henslow Barnard RWA (1898-1992) - Mid 20th Century Oil, Summer Flowers
DescriptionA visually appealing still life study of summer flowers by the British artist Thomas Henslow Barnard. With expressive brushwork and a delicate, natural palette. Presented in a distress-effect painted white frame. Handwritten label to the reverse gives the artist's name and title of the artwork. On board.
Overall the condition is very good. There is some minor surface marks and light scuffing to the frame. Inspection under UV light reveals no restoration.
74 x 59cm (29.1" x 23.2")Framed Size: 81 x 65cm (31.9" x 25.6")
Painter, who studied at West of England College of Art in Bristol under Donald Milner and briefly in Cheltenham under James Bateman. He was commissioned as a Sandhurst-trained officer in the Army in both World Wars. The grandson of Frederick Goodall (1822-1904), he exhibited at the RA, RWA and NEAC and was elected an Associate of the RWA, 1961 and a full member in 1989. He showed regularly with the Fosseway Artists and taught for many years at the Cheltenham Boy’s College. The GAC, New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, and Cheltenham Art Gallery hold an example of his work. Tom Barnard was a member of Cheltenham Group of Artists and lived at Leckhampton, Gloucestershire. He should not be confused with the calligrapher of the same name.
|Artist||Thomas Henslow Barnard RWA (1898-1992)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||74 x 59cm|
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