Henry Jobson Bell (1863-1925)

Artist Name Henry Jobson Bell (1863-1925)
Title Looking Down from the Woods at Sunset
Size 24 x 18 inches
Medium Oil on Canvas
Condition Excellent condition
Biography Henry Jobson Bell (1863-1925) was an Edinburgh based artist who specialised in interiors and landscapes in oil and watercolour. He exhibited 6 paintings at the Royal Academy in 1894, 1895 and 1899, including a fine broadly painted study of Eilan Donan Castle; also Royal Scottish Academy (20), 1887-1916, generally Scottish landscapes and rural scenes; also Glasgow Institute (11) regularly at the Aberdean Artist's society 1893-1921 and Liverpool (2). His last years were spent in Dundee.
Description This charming atmospheric oil painting is by Scottish artist Henry Jobson Bell and was painted in 1904. The work depicts a sunset view from pine trees looking down onto a river and more hills in the background. The painting has a very soft impressionist feel to it, created by the muted evening tones.
Signed and dated lower left.
Provenance Scottish collection. 
Frame Housed in a lovely gilt frame 32 inches by 24 inches and in excellent condition.
Price £2975
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