Evelyn Cheston (1875-1929)

Artist Name Evelyn Cheston (1875-1929)
Title The Landslip Coastal View
Description This lovely exhibited landscape oil painting is by British New English Art Club female artist Evelyn Cheston. It was painted circa 1920 when Cheston was resident in Devon. The view is a coastal landslip landscape. The painting has a wonderful freshness to it and the muted tones are superb.

Cheston exhibited 98 paintings at The New English Art Club;  founded in London in 1885 as an alternative venue to the Royal Academy. It continues to hold an annual exhibition of paintings and drawings at the Mall Galleries in London, exhibiting works by both members and artists from Britain and abroad whose work has been selected from an annual open submission.
Provenance Inscribed on label verso.
Medium Oil on Canvas
Size 31 x 22 inches
Frame Housed in a complementary frame, 38 inches by 30 inches and in good condition.
Condition Good condition.
Biography Evelyn Cheston née Davy (8 September 1875 – 31 October 1929) was a British painter in oils and watercolours of landscapes and outdoor scenes. She lived and worked in Studland Dorset 1907, London 1910, Axminster Devon 1924.
Exhibited Colnaghi and Co Galleries 2, Chenil and New Chenil Galleries 2, Grosvenor Gallery 7, Goupil Gallery 3, International Society 5, Manchester City Art Gallery 1, New English Art Club 98.
Price £1975
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