Robert Graham Dryden Alexander, watercolour – Windmill on the Norfolk Broads
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Watercolour painting, Robert Graham Dryden Alexander, Windmill on the Norfolk Broads.
Evocative watercolour of windmill on Norfolk Broads surrounded in a purple haze by Robert Graham Dryden Alexander (1875-1945).
Alexander was influenced by JM Turner, and there are echoes of Turner's The Scarlet Sunset (pictured). Despite painting a century after the master, Alexander's composition reveals a similar interest in the atmospherics of blazing scarlet, hazy skies and cloud.
Robert Graham Dryden Alexander (1875-1945) studied art at The Slade School of Fine Art in London. Exhibition of pictures at The Royal Academy at the age of 21. He lived in Brentwood, Essex, for many years.
His work can be seen in the British Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
A certificate of authenticity is included. Also included for free is an exclusive accompanying booklet on The Stephen Neale Art Collection, as well a biography of Robert Graham Dryden Alexander.
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Signed: Stamped on reverse with the artist's studio collection mark