Tom Mostyn ROI (1864-1930)
|Artist Name||Tom Mostyn ROI (1864-1930)|
|Title||Lady in Pink Dress|
|Description||An original, circa 1910 oil on canvas by the British listed artist Tom Mostyn ROI. It depicts a beautiful smiling young woman in a pink dress holding an umbrella. A glorious portrait by a noted British Impressionist of the day. In good condition and framed in a fine period frame. This is a fine painting by a British listed artist who is represented in many public collections. A fine example of an early 20th century impressionist painting.
Signed lower left.
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||36 x 28 inches|
|Frame||Framed in a fine gallery frame 42 inches by 36 inches. In excellent condition.|
|Biography||Tom Mostyn (1864-1930) was born in Liverpool, son of Edwin Mostyn - an artist. He studied at the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, where he won first prize for life drawing under Herkomer at Bushey. Exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1891, around Britain and abroad in the Paris Salon and in Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. After World War I Mostyn moved to Devon and began painting enchanted garden scenes for which he would become best known. His work is represented in many public collections.