19th Century Watercolours Sunningdale Park Ascot Legh Mulhall Kilpin B 1853-1919
19th Century Watercolours Sunningdale Park Ascot Legh Mulhall Kilpin B 1853-1919
19th Century Watercolours Sunningdale Park Ascot Legh Mulhall Kilpin B 1853-1919
19th Century Watercolours Sunningdale Park Ascot Legh Mulhall Kilpin B 1853-1919
19th Century Watercolours Sunningdale Park Ascot Legh Mulhall Kilpin B 1853-1919
19th Century Watercolours Sunningdale Park Ascot Legh Mulhall Kilpin B 1853-1919

19th Century Watercolours Sunningdale Park Ascot Legh Mulhall Kilpin B 1853-1919

c. 1880 Isle of Wight

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Fabulous paintings, beautiful, vibrant, exceptional spring to mind. A fine view of Northcote House, now a hotel set within beautiful grounds. The other depicts a rocky lake with parkland in the background. The venue is used for many a wedding, what better than to have these as a memory of that special day. Both signed and dated lower right, unframed.


Size: 38.5cm by 56.5cm
Legh Kilpin painted in Canada from 1906 until 1919, he was a prolific and a much accomplished artist in addition to being an art instructor.

Legh was born in 1853, Isle of Wight, he worked as an artist and art educator in the United Kigdom. In 1906, Legh and his family moved to Canada with the help of his brother George who lived in Montreal. Legh was 52 when he lived in Montreal with his wife Blanche and their three children Noel, Marie and Eric.

Legh had been a member of many art organizations in the United Kingdom, he became especially active in Canada as a member of the Art Association of Montreal and the Montreal Arts Club. Kilpin lived only twelve years in Canada however, it was beleived to be the period of his greatest development and experimentation as an artist. Kilpin taught whilst living in Canada, this took place at the Montreal Technical Institute and then went on to teach within public schools in the Westmount School District.

Legh was endured cardiac problems during the last years of his life and died only one year prior to his 66th Birthday after a heart attack whilst home resting November 4th 1919.
Dimensions
Height 38.50 cm (15.16 inches)
Width 56.50 cm (22.24 inches)
Stock Code
P24
Roger Bradbury Antiques

Roger Bradbury Antiques
Skeyton Lodge
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Skeyton
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