Philip Eustace Stretton (1865-1919)
|Artist Name||Philip Eustace Stretton (1865-1919)|
|Title||Impressionist Scottish Landscape|
|Description||A visually stunning Scottish landscape which was painted in 1913 by the British listed animal and landscape artist Philip Eustace Stretton. It is in fine condition in its original frame. A real gem of a painting with beautiful colouring. It depicts an open wagon in an expansive landscape.
Signed bottom right.
|Medium||Oil / mixed media on board|
|Size||30 x 20 inches|
|Frame||Housed in original frame. 37 inches by 27 inches.|
|Condition||Good, clean, untouched condition.|
|Biography||Philip Eustace Stretton (1865-1919) was a British animal and sporting painter working between 1882 until his death. He painted in oils and watercolour and exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1884 and 1904. Stretton was a follower of Sir Edwin Landseer, whose animal paintings had an enormous impact on Stretton.|