Russell Sidney Reeve - Mid 20th Century Etching, Coach Station
DescriptionRussell Sidney Reeve - Original Mid 20th Century Etching. Unsigned. On laid. In fine condition.Russel Sidney Reeve (1895-1970) was born at Hethersett, Norwich, Norfolk on 3 June 1895. He was the eldest child of Thomas Sidney Reeve, a coachsmith, and his wife Alice Louisa née Davies, who married at Norwich in 1894. Encouraged to paint from an early age he studied at Norwich School of Art, later training to become an architect in the Norwich City Engineer's Department from 1908-1914. During the First World War whilst a Lieutenant with the Royal Engineers in France, Reeve's drawings came to the attention of William Rothenstein (1872-1945), who was later Principal of the Royal College of Art, and Eric Kennington (1888-1960). Upon his return to England, these two artists put Russell forward for a place at the Slade School of Fine Arts 1919-1922 under Philip Wilson Steer and Henry Tonks (1862-1937) and at the Royal College of Art. Reeve developed into a confident draughtsman and was awarded the first prize for figure drawing, the Orpen Bursary and the Robert Ross Scholarship. A watercolour and oil painter, and an etcher he exhibited at the Royal Academy, New English Art Club, Goupil Gallery, Royal Society of British Artists, London Group and in the provinces.
12.5 x 15cm (4.9" x 5.9")Sheet: 20 x 25cm (7.9" x 9.8") Plate: 12.5 x 15cm (4.9" x 5.9")
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|Artist||Russell Sidney Reeve|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||12.5 x 15cm|
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