English watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTONEnglish watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTONEnglish watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTONEnglish watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTONEnglish watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTONEnglish watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTONEnglish watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTONEnglish watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTON

Watercolor on paper laid on board, 12 3/4" by 10" as framed, circa early 20th century, signed at lower right "F.A. Bolton". This appears to be a work by a listed artist, Francis A. Bolton. Though the scene is English, I suppose the artist could conceivably have been American; the listing is not detailed, but I see at least one other watercolor painting by the artist online. According to a most helpful, geographically knowledgeable gentleman in England, this is a scene in Warwick. The main structure is the old medieval West Gate in the old wall of the town. The half timbered structure is the Lord Leyster Hospital, a well known local tourist attraction. The painting is in a circa 1920 frame. Condition is good, with some light soiling typical of its age. The frame has some missing chips at lower left.

ITEM ID
JB02239
MEDIA
Watercolor
ORIGIN
England • English

English watercolor street scene painting in Warwick, England signed F. A. BOLTON

$125

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