Painting of 'Kew Gardens'

Painting of 'Kew Gardens'

AUGUSTUS WILLIAM ENNESS RBA (1876-1948)
Painting of 'Kew Gardens'

Date & Origin 1876, England
Dimensions
H
52 cm (20 inc)
W
62 cm (24 inc)
Description
Kew Gardens By Augustus W. Enness (1876-1948)

Signed lower left and bearing an old exhibition label to the reverse with the title and artist's name.
Literature
Augustus Enness was born in Bocking, Essex. Studied at the Slade School of Fine Art and at the Academie Julian in Paris. Elected RBA in 1925. Prolific exhibitor, showing at ROI, Fine Art Society as well as RA, Ridley Art Club and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
Medium
oil on canvas, gilt swept frame
Condition
Excellent
Stock Code 8825
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
52 cm (20 inc)
W
62 cm (24 inc)
Description
Kew Gardens By Augustus W. Enness (1876-1948)

Signed lower left and bearing an old exhibition label to the reverse with the title and artist's name.
Stock Code 8825

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