Edward d'Arcy Lister (1911-1976)
|Artist Name||Edward d'Arcy Lister (1911-1976)|
|Title||Wash Day - India|
|Description||This very vibrant Post Impressionist oil painting is by noted British artist Edward d'Arcy Lister. Painted circa 1950 this figurative painting is of two Indian women washing clothes in a stream. Lister captures their colourful garments perfectly against the lush green background and uses lilac as highlight to stunning effect.
Signed lower right.
|Medium||Oil on Canvas Laid on Board|
|Size||20 x 16 inches|
|Frame||Housed in a gallery frame of complimentary colours, 28 inches by 24 inches, in good condition.|
|Biography||Edward d’Arcy Lister (1911-1976) ARCA. Lister was a painter, wood engraver and mural decorator, born in Horsforth, Leeds. He studied at Leeds College of Art 1928-33, and at the Royal College of Art under Gilbert Spencer 1933-38. Lister exhibited at the Royal Academy, 2.|