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William E. Harris (England 1860 - 1930) Original Oil - 18"H x 24"W- "In The Mawddach Valley" Well listed -High auction & galley prices!

Regular price $1,200.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $1,200.00 USD
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Original Oil Painting by famous English artist William E. Harris (1860-1930). Stunning landscape painting on wood board depicts Bucolic Scene Wales United Kingdom. Painting is titled 'No. 1 In The Mawddach Valley'. William E Harris is widely recognized for his ability to capture both mood and detail in his landscapes. Examples of his work are held by Chertsey Museum, Henley Town Council, Museum of Farnham and the National Trust. This much thought after sells for high auction prices (excess of $10,000) worldwide including Christies Auction house. Painting signed at lower left and still retains London Gallery label on verso (The Cooling Galleries, Bond Street London). Comes professionally framed and in overall nice condition. Much thought-after artist- Painting shows artist skilled technique very collectible work. Signature: Signed lower left Titled: 'No. 1 In The Mawddach Valley' Medium: Oil on wood board Size: c 18" (45.72 cm) Height X 24" (60.96 cm) Wide including frame c 12.25" (31.12 cm) Height X 18.25" (45.72 cm) Wide unframed Free domestic shipping! Returns & exchanges: Returns accepted within 30 days of the purchase of the item. However, the buyer is responsible for shipping the item back to us and that cost will not be refunded. We will refund your money for the item as soon as we receive the item back. Please send the item back to us with tracking. About the artist: William E. Harris was a British landscape painter whose work is reminiscent of the earlier artist John Constable. Born in Birmingham, United Kingdom in 1860, Harris spent much of his later life in London, exhibiting at both the Institute of Oil Painters and the Royal Academy. Harris’s works often focus on river and maritime subjects like boats on the Thames and rural mills, such as in his realistic depiction of a roaring river in the painting Fishing for trout (1916). Between 1879 and 1900, Harris exhibited 50 paintings at the Royal Society of British Artists. The artist died in 1930 in Worcestershire, United Kingdom. Examples of his work are held by Chertsey Museum, Henley Town Council, Museum of Farnham and the National Trust.