Study of a steam fishing trawler, circa 1920

£1,250.00

SKU: 1673
Oil on canvas, 10 x 15 1/2 in. (25.4 x 39.4 cm.)

Size:
Height – 25.4cm
Width – 39.4cm

1 in stock

DESCRIPTION

Provenance:
The Artist’s Estate; Private collection
Presentation:
framed

The ship in question is a steam fishing trawler, one registered in Fleetwood (FD) to judge from the number near the bow.

We are grateful to Ian Jack for assistance.

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THE ARTIST

Stanley Charles Rowles
Stanley Charles
Rowles
b. 1887

Commercial artist.  Studied Royal College of Art 1905-1911, Putney School of Art and Battersea Polytechnic School of Art.  Headmaster of West Bromwich Municipal School of Art.  Married Lilian Hall, a student at West Bromwich Muncipal School of Art.  Lived Congleton, Cheshire, (1914) and later in London.  Exhibited Walker Art Gallery and Royal Academy

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