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Walter Greaves exhibited his work in London at the Goupil Gallery and Grosvenor Gallery and in the provinces. His early work was painted in a naïve and primitive style but subsequent paintings shared many characteristics with those of Whistler. His work is represented in the collection of the Tate Gallery and elsewhere. Several exhibition of his work were held at the Parkin Gallery in the 1980s.
This work shows the draw dock of Alldin’s Coal Wharf, located near Arch House and the end of Cheyne Walk. The area was demolished during the construction of Chelsea Embankment.
|Height||29.50 cm||(11.61 inches)|
|Width||24.00 cm||(9.45 inches)|
|External Height||48.00 cm||(18.90 inches)|
|External Width||41.50 cm||(16.34 inches)|