Dedham Lock
Dedham Lock
Dedham Lock
Dedham Lock
Dedham Lock
According to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, he was born F. William Watts, in Bath, Somerset on 7 October 1800, and probably baptised, as F. Waters Watts, in St. Albans in Hertfordshire in 1801, the son of William and Mary Watts.
IN 1817, as "William Watts", he is thought to have entered the Royal Academy in London, and won silver medals there between 1819-21. He exhibited at the academy from 1821-60, and at the British Institution from 1823-62. He also showed many paintings at the Suffolk Street Gallery in New Bond Street and at the New Watercolour Society.
Watts lived in Hampstead, London, for much of his life and painted landscapes, "en plein air" all over Britain, having a preference for river scenes. He was strongly influenced by John Constable.Frederick Waters Watts was born in 1800. He exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1821 and 1860, the British Institution between 1823 and 1862, and the Society of British Artists from 1830.
Excellent condition. Framed in an 18th century English hand carved wooden frame.
Dimensions
Height 34.00 inch (86.36 cm)
Width 55.00 inch (139.70 cm)
External Height 44.00 inch (111.76 cm)
External Width 65.00 inch (165.10 cm)
Stock Code
001
Medium
oil on canvas
Signed/Inscribed
signed
David Brooker Fine Art

David Brooker Fine Art
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