Fine Marine Oil Painting Tall Ship Anchored Cornwall Falmouth Cove Bay H Barden



2019-05-01 11:56:54

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  • 1 Fine Art Marine Oil Painting Tall Sailing Ship Anchored Cornwall In Falmouth Cove Bay. 
  • Distinctively anagrammed signed by a well known listed artist H Barden. 
  • Subject maritime seascape landscape tall ship anchored at Cornwall Falmouth Cove bay, South West England.   
  • Oil on canvas.  
  • Using a traditional photorealism style of painting. 
  • With extreme accuracy in its execution having beautifully controlled brush work. 
  • The sea & coastline looks so realistic it feels like you can actually touch it, it has great depth what an incredible artist. 
  • English school.
  • A colourful character who came from London, he lived in Mitchum. 
  • Provanence his granddaughter informed us that his real name is Henry Bowers, after his first wife died his second wife Brenda suggested to Henry to sign his paintings as H Barden as it was an anagram of their names, he used to sign his paintings Gilly which was his first wifes nickname.
  • When he remarried he moved to Falmouth.
  • His works include many paintings of the landscapes & seascapes around the south west of England. 
  • Highly talented & well known artist considered the Constable Of Cornwall & Falmouth. 
  • Offered in fine used condition.  
  • We only sell fine quality oil paintings based on their quality & significance.  
  • Set in a beautiful gilt frame. 
  • Approximate unwrapped weight of frame 1kg. 
  • With hanging thread, ready for home display. 
  • Circa mid 20th century 1970's. 
  • International worldwide shipping is available please ask.  
  • Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message thankyou.   
  • Cash upon collection is welcome.     
**Dimensions in inches & centimetres of frame approx **
12.25" High (31cm) 
16.25" Wide (41cm)                                           
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