Charles W Radclyffe -Late 19thC Watercolour, Canterbury Cathedral Gateway
A pretty architectural view of one of the entrances to the grounds of Canterbury Cathedral. The artist has wonderfully captured the hatched windows and decorative architectural elements in delicate detail.
The artist has signed t the lower left corner and the painting has been presented in a gilt effect frame with a three coloured was-line mount and glazing.On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. The frame and mount are in fine condition.
13.3 x 10.1cm (5.2" x 4")Framed Size: 26.9 x 23.3cm (10.6" x 9.2")
Charles Walter Radclyffe (17 January 1817 – 2 February 1903) was a British watercolourist, printmaker and lithographer. The son of artist William Radclyffe (1783–1855), he was elected into the Birmingham Society of Artists in 1846.
Radclyffe was a key part of Birmingham Art Societies, exhibiting 454 works between 1846 and 1902. His work was mostly typographical landscapes and urban scenes, including his works for Perry Hall and Blenheim Palace in the mid-1800s.
|Artist||Charles Walter Radcliffe (1870-1903)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||13.3 x 10.1cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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