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Thomas N. Tyndale (1860-1930) - Late 19th Century Watercolour, Country Cottages


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A beautiful watercolour of English country cottages. Presented in a cream double mount. Signed to the lower-right edge. On wove.


There is some mild foxing and discolouration and some slight marks to the mount but overall in very good condition.


60.2 x 45.2cm (23.7" x 17.8")
Sheet: 14.6 x 21.7cm (5.7" x 8.5")

Artist Biography

Thomas Nicholson Tyndale (1860-1930) was a British artist. Tyndale painted in watercolour and specialised in cottages, though he also painted landscapes and Venetian scenes. He was the cousin of Walter Tyndale, (1853-1943), a well-known painter and illustrator. Tyndale lived in Acton, West London, and was a regular exhibitor at the Dudley Gallery Art Society and at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly. He also exhibited in the provinces, showing at least nine works at the RWA. Tyndale also worked as an illustrator, painting twenty watercolours as illustrations for the book 'Worcestershire', published by A&C Black in 1909. He later moved to Worthing where he died aged seventy-eight.

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Code qm306
Artist Thomas N. Tyndale (1860-1930)
Date Late 19th Century
Dimensions 60.2 x 45.2cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Architecture & Cityscapes
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