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Edwin Earp (1851–1945) - Early 20th Century Watercolour, Bringing In The Boats



A hazy harbor scene showing figures bringing in small fishing boats to the sand. The scene is dwarfed by a huge mountain range in the distance. The artist has signed to the bottom left corner.

The painting is presented in a glazed, gilt frame with wash-line mount. There is a framer's label attached to the back.

On watercolour paper.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. The frame and mount are in fine condition.


24.5 x 55.5cm (9.6" x 21.9")
Framed Size: 45 x 75cm (17.7" x 29.5")

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Artist Biography

Edwin Earp is believed to be the eldest son of Henry Earp senior, head of a large family of artists. He was perhaps the most prolific of the family and painted across the British Isles and in Europe, with paintings in Scandinavia and Germany just two of the areas recorded. He favoured landscapes and especially mountainous scenes in Scotland, Wales and the Lake District. His paintings would have found a ready market and are equally popular today. He is also believed to have painted under the pseudonym L Lewis, probably as a result of being contracted to an art dealer or, more likely, a publishing house.

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Code qb710
Artist Edwin Earp (1851–1945)
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 24.5 x 55.5cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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