Terence Loudon (1900-1949)
|Artist Name||Terence Loudon (1900-1949)|
|Title||A Mixed Bunch|
|Description||A fine oil on canvas which dates to circa 1936 by noted British floral artist Terence Loudon. It is a finely detailed still life of a floral display which includes roses, fuchsia and phlox by an artist who exhibited at The Royal Academy between 1921-1940. Full of vitality, a very realistic floral in the manner of the Dutch Old Masters which was exhibited at the Fine Art Society. It is a fine period British oil painting.
Signed lower left.
|Provenance||James Connell and Sons, Old Bond Street, London|
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||24 x 20 inches|
|Frame||Framed in a fine gallery frame 32 inches by 30 inches|
|Biography||Terence Loudon (1900-1949). Louden was an accomplished London based flower and portrait painter. He exhibited between 1921 and 1940; Connells and Sons Gallery 10, Fine Art Society 2, Royal Society of Portrail Painters 1, Royal Academy 10.|