William Bradley Lamond (1857-1924)
|Artist Name||William Bradley Lamond (1857-1924)|
|Description||This stunning Scottish Edwardian seascape oil painting is by noted artist William Bradley Lamond. Painted circa 1904 it is a superb vibrant painting of waves approaching the shore, their green luminosity perfectly captured as they begin to crest. The brushwork and palette are superb making this a really colourful painting and an excellent example of Scottish art. One of the best Scottish seascapes we have ever had and in perfect condition.
Signed lower left.
|Provenance||Possibly exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy 1904.|
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||19 x 12 inches|
|Frame||Housed in an ornate gilt frame, 26 inches by 21 inches and in good condition.|
|Biography||William Bradley Lamond RBA (1857-1924) was a Scottish painter, born at Newtyle, Angus. He had no formal art training and worked for the Caledonian Railway company for many years. He initially specialised in portraits and later worked on landscapes which have been described as "vigorous impressionistic scenes in oil - with a strong use of colour". He was elected a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1906, and exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Scottish Academy and Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts.