John Henderson (1860-1924)

Artist Name John Henderson (1860-1924)
Title Scottish Impressionist Loch Landscape
Description An original Scottish Impressionist oil by John Henderson. A fine painting it dates to circa 1905 and has excellent provenance. It is an oil on canvas which depicts an open loch landscape in a stunning and fresh palette. The landscape  was possibly painted in Stirling as there are other examples of his work which date to this period. It is a stunning Scottish Port-Impressionist oil painting and a great example of his talents. This is a fine example of an early 20th century Scottish Impressionist oil with good subject. The colouring of the landscape are particularly appealing. Signed lower left John Henderson. Gallery labels verso.
Provenance Gallery labels verso. 
Medium Oil on Canvas
Size 24 x 16 inches
Frame Framed 30 inches by 26 Inches approx. Original gallery frame.
Condition Excellent condition
Biography John Henderson (1860-1924) was a Scottish Glaswegian landscape and portrait painter and Director of Glasgow School of Art. John Henderson was the brother of the painter Joseph Morris Henderson RSA (1863-1936) and the son of the Scottish Glaswegian painter Joseph Henderson RSW (1832-1908). His sister, Marjory Henderson married the well known Scottish painter William McTaggart, who painted in 1894 a wonderful portrait of Joseph Henderson which was presented by the family of Joseph Henderson in 1925 to the Glasgow Museums. 
Price £3800
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