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Cornish watercolour painting, James George Philip – a boat on the Mumbles Harbour shoreline at low tide.
Philip (1816-1885) was considered Cornwall's greatest ever watercolourist. Most of his paintings feature Devon and Cornwall.
Watercolour on paper. Attribution verso to James George Philip.
Philip was from Falmouth, Cornwall. He exhibited from 1846 to 1885. He was described by a Times art critic as ″...the veteran, and most distinguished, coast painter of which Cornwall can boast.″
He became an Associate of NWS in 1856 and a full member in 1863. He exhibited a total of 347 works at Society exhibitions. His works are held at Falmouth; Maidstone; Ulster; Brighton & Hove Museums.A certificate of authenticity is included. Also included for free is an exclusive accompanying booklet on The Stephen Neale Art Collection, as well a short biography of James George Philip.
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Signed: Attribution verso to James George Philip
Condition: Dirty marks to paper
Presented: Watercolour on paper, no frame or mount