Early 20th Century Norfolk Oil Painting Thorpe St Andrew Norwich Boys Fishing by Allan Douglas Davidson ROI RBA 1873-1932
Early 20th Century Norfolk Oil Painting Thorpe St Andrew Norwich Boys Fishing by Allan Douglas Davidson ROI RBA 1873-1932
Early 20th Century Norfolk Oil Painting Thorpe St Andrew Norwich Boys Fishing by Allan Douglas Davidson ROI RBA 1873-1932
Early 20th Century Norfolk Oil Painting Thorpe St Andrew Norwich Boys Fishing by Allan Douglas Davidson ROI RBA 1873-1932
Early 20th Century Norfolk Oil Painting Thorpe St Andrew Norwich Boys Fishing by Allan Douglas Davidson ROI RBA 1873-1932
Early 20th Century Norfolk Oil Painting Thorpe St Andrew Norwich Boys Fishing by Allan Douglas Davidson ROI RBA 1873-1932

Early 20th Century Norfolk Oil Painting Thorpe St Andrew Norwich Boys Fishing by Allan Douglas Davidson ROI RBA 1873-1932

c. 1930 England

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A charming scene on the river Yare just outside Norwich by this highly acclaimed artist. The style and quality of the figures remind me of the style of Sir Alfred Munnings and Geoffrey Mortimer who all flourished around the same time.
Signed and dated lower left, a lovely collectors painting. Various inscriptions verso pencilled Norwich Art Article 1932
Ipswich Art Club 1933
Presented within a good quality, later giltwood frame with mushroom mount which compliments the painting.


Size to include frame: H53.5cm L43.4cm
Norwich Art Article 1932
Ipswich Art Club 1933
He exhibited prolifically at all the major London exhibitions including 20 works at the Royal Academy between 1905-1931.
Allan Douglas Davidson RBA, ROI, RMS was an English painter who predominantly worked in oils and specialized in female nudes.

Allan Davidson was born in London on 14 May 1873. His father was the historical painter Thomas Davidson (1842–1919). Allan studied art at the Royal Academy Schools in London, where he won a medal and the Armitage Prize, he also studied at the Academie Julian in Paris. He was elected to the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in 1921 and was also a member of the Langham Sketching Club. He painted a small work for Queen Mary’s Dolls House.

He lived the majority of his life in London before retiring to Walberswick in Suffolk. He died on 19 April 1932

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