Philip F Walker (exh. 1883-1914)
|Artist Name||Philip F Walker (exh. 1883-1914)|
|Title||The Thames at Battersea|
|Description||A stunning view of the Thames at Battersea which Whistler would have been proud of. A superb 1887 impressionist view of London with the river Thames, barges and boats with beautiful brushwork and a super evening glow. The bridge and the the river are captured in glorious impressionism by Philip F Walker who exhibited between 1883-1905. Very well painted and in excellent condition. This is a fine example of a 19th century British Impressionist oil painting with good subject.
Signed and dated right.
|Provenance||Private/family collection. Original artist label and Manchester Square address verso.|
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||23 x 16 inches|
|Frame||Framed in a 19th century gilt frame behind glass, 30 inches by 24 inches. Gallery condition.|
|Condition||In excellent gallery condition.|
|Biography||Philip F Walker exhibited between 1883-1914. A painter in oils of landscapes, portraits and marine. Address Duke St Manchester Sq London. Exhibited widely.
Birmingham - 6
Liverpool - 9
Manchester - 8
New Gallery - 28
Royal Academy - 1
Royal Society of British Artists - 10
Ridley Art Club - 28