James P Barraclough (1890-1942)

Artist Name James P Barraclough (1890-1942)
Title Portrait of a Young Woman with Book
Description This lovely Art Deco portrait oil painting is by noted British artist James P Barraclough. Painted circa 1923 it is a seated portrait of a young woman holding a book on her lap. She is wearing a blue satin dress with lace cuffs and collar and is gazing warmly at the artist and viewer. The illumination on her features is superb. A lovely Art Deco period oil portrait and an excellent example of Barraclough's work.  

Signed and dated upper left.
Provenance By direct descent through the artist's family.
Medium Oil on Canvas
Size 25 x 30 inches
Frame Housed in a fine Chapman Brothers gilded oak frame, 38 inches by 33 inches and in good condition.
Condition Good condition.
Biography  James Penniston Barraclough (1890-1942). Painter of portraits in oils. He lived and worked in London and exhibited mainly at the Walker Art Gallery, RA, RP and ROI, becoming a member of the latter in 1922.
Price £5500
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