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Days Dying Glow
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Days Dying Glow
Code: lka168   Media: Watercolour
Artist: William Manners   Nationality: British

Days Dying Glow is a Water colour depicting a lumber cart,accompanied by to lumberjacks hauling the load at the end of the day, about to pass Two Female figures heading in the opposite direction. William Manners was a Yorkshire artist who painted mainly rural scenes both in oil and water colour. He was born in Bradford in 1860 and later moved to Otley, Shipley, Crosshills, near Keighleigh, and Sutton Coldfield, but later moved and settled in Westmorland, Lake District and the Furness countryside provided him with subject matter for many of his paintings. William Manners was elected a Member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1893. After 1904 he appeared to have worked in the Lake District and the Furness area using Kendal as his base. d1930. framed 53cm x 46cm, aperture 24cm x 16cm. Examples of his works may be seen in the Abbot Hall Art Gallery in Kendal and in the Melbourne National Gallery in Victoria, Australia.

£565.00

 

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