Archibald Kay (1860-1935)

Artist Name Archibald Kay (1860-1935)
Title A Moorland Stream
Description An original Scottish Impressionist oil by Archibald Kay. This painting is one of his best. It dates to circa 1910.. It is a large oil on canvas depicting a river and an open and expansive landscape in a stunning and fresh palette. This is a fine example of a 19th century Scottish Impressionist oil with good subject. The colouring of the landscape is particularly appealing. Signed lower right Archibald Kay.
Provenance James MacClure Gallery Scotland.
Medium Oil on Canvas
Size 30 x 20 inches
Frame Housed in a gallery frame 38 inches by 28 inches. Excellent condition
Biography Archibald Kay (1860-1935) was born in Glasgow, Scotland. Kay from his earliest years as an artist focused on painting landscapes. He initially studied in Scotland, and later at the famous Academie Julien in Paris. Kay was president of the Glasgow Art Club and was also a  member of the Royal Scottish Watercolour Society, Royal Scottish Academy, and the Royal British Colonial Society of Artists.
Price £3500
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