Frederick James Hackman (1856-1926)
|Artist Name||Frederick James Hackman (1856-1926)|
|Description||A superb British Impressionist oil on canvas which dates to circa 1914. This painting is by Frederick James Hackman who was a London based artist. It is a good early twentieth century example of British impressionism. Housed in a fine gallery frame. The style is similar to The Glasgow Boys Scottish School - artists like George Henry. A well painted example of British Impressionism, this is a lovely example of his work in very good condition.
Signed lower left F J Hackman.
|Provenance||Private collection Sussex|
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||20 x 24 inches|
|Frame||Housed in a good gallery frame which compliments the picture. 28 inches by 32 inches.|
|Condition||In very good condition.|
|Biography||Frederick James Hackman (1856-1926) - exhibited circa 1908. Address: 8 Howard Rd, Walthamstow, London. Painter of landscapes in oils, exhibited at the London Salon (5).|