Late Victorian Watercolour of Grasmere in the Lake District


Thomas Greenhaugh (1882-1897) died 1906

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W-96 H-76 (cm)

Item Reference:

60211-1363-1Tip! This item's Ref-Code breaks down thus...
Item Ref Code: 60211-1363-1
Item No. 60211 - Dealer No. 1363 - Building No. 1


A fine quality late Victorian watercolour painting of Low How, Grasmere in the Lake District.
Painted by listed Southport artist Thomas Greenhaigh (1882-1897) died 1906.
Signed by the artist.
Exhibited at the Royal Hibernian Academy, the Walker Art Gallery Liverpool, the Manchester City Art Gallery.
The artist has captured brilliantly the lovely light conditions available on that day, looking over the stony beach towards Deer Bolts Wood and the distant hills.


Item Reference
Height: 76 cm
Width: 96 cm
19th Century
Country of Origin
Very Good Condition


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