Grand Oil Painting Of Bosham Harbour Sussex Landscape Frederick Whitehead c.1900
~ Dimensions ~
The width of the frame is 41.5 inches (105.5cm), the height of the frame is 30.25 inches (77cm) and the depth is 2 inches (5cm). The width of the canvas is 35 inches (89cm) and the height is 23 inches (58.5cm).
~ Condition ~
The painting is in excellent condition. The fame is in good condition with some small cracks to the surface.
~ Frederick Whitehead ~
Frederick Whitehead (1853 – 12 February 1938) was an English landscape artist and illustrator. Frederick grew up surrounded by strong artistic influences: Richard Rothwel, John Burgess and Thomas Baker. Frederick attended the Leamington School of Art, with his sister Elizabeth Whitehead, before they both travelled to France in 1880. There studied at the Académie Julian in the Saint-Denis district of Paris for three years under Jules Joseph Lefebvre (1836–1911) and Gustave Boulanger (1824–1888).
Frederick and his sister Elizabeth became well known in the Dorset countryside, travelling with their two dogs and their caravan "The Rambler". Living in this way meant that Frederick could immerse himself in nature. He painted close by the caravan or travelled further a-field with a small portable studio called "the Baby Elephant".
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