Walter Stuart Lloyd RBA (1858-1926) - Watercolour, The Harbour
DescriptionA harbour scene depicting moored and sailing boats, figures talking and working, and a church on the opposite shore. Signed to the lower-left edge. On watercolour paper laid to board.
Some mild foxing and discolouration, primarily to the edges. Creases to the top-left and lower-right corners. Overall in good condition.
24.9 x 43.7cm (9.8" x 17.2")Sheet: 28.4 x 45.9cm (11.2" x 18.1")
Walter Stuart Lloyd RBA (1858-1926) was a painter born in Clapton, Middlesex (now London). Details of any art education are unknown but he was a prolific exhibitor of marine and landscapes. He exhibited at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Dudley Gallery Art Society, Fine Art Society, Grosvenor Gallery, Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, Royal Academy of Arts, the Royal Society of British Artists who elected him a member in 1879, Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Scottish Academy, Arthur Tooth & Sons, and at the Walker Art Gallery. Lloyd was also a founder member of the Birmingham Art Circle.
|Artist||Walter Stuart Lloyd RBA (1858-1926)|
|Date||Turn of the Century|
|Dimensions||24.9 x 43.7cm|
|Subject||Seascape & Coastal|
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