Edward Joseph Head (1863-1937_
|Artist Name||Edward Joseph Head (1863-1937_|
|Title||Still Life of Nautilus Shell and Pots|
|Description||This attractive British Still Life oil painting is by exhibited artist Edward Joseph Head. Painted circa 1920, it is a composition of a beautiful nautilus shell with a brass coloured embossed jug and lidded blue china pot behind with coral beads spilling out. Three different fabrics are draped around. The way Head has captured the various textures, materials and fabrics is superb. A beautiful example of his work with really lovely colouring.|
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||20 x 24 inches|
|Frame||Housed in a complementary frame, 31 inches by 27 inches and in good condition.|
|Biography||Edward Joseph Head (1863-1937). Still life, figure and landscape painter and teacher. Studied Regents Street Polytechnic and Scarborough School of Art under Albert Strange. Exhibited 1889-1929. Addresses in Scarborough Yorkshire 1889, London 1893 and 1916 and Tenby Wales 1895.
Exhibited: Walker Gallery Liverpool 5, Royal Academy 18, Royal Society of British Artists 3.