Scottish Landscape of Loch By F.E.Jamieson
Scottish Landscape of Loch By F.E.Jamieson
Scottish Landscape of Loch By F.E.Jamieson
Scottish Landscape of Loch By F.E.Jamieson
Scottish Landscape of Loch By F.E.Jamieson
Scottish Landscape of Loch By F.E.Jamieson

F E JAMIESON (worked 1890-1940)

Scottish Landscape of Loch By F.E.Jamieson

1880 to 1940 Scotland

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We are pleased to offer this oil on canvas by the artist FRANCIS E. JAMIESON, who has signed the painting in the lower left hand corner. According to the pencil writing on the back of the stretcher, the scene depicts a Loch in Perthshire, in Lochaber, Highlands.

The view depicted is a sunset scene of Eilean Ghleann Fhionainn (eileann meaning island in Gaelic) and its mountainous backdrop.

This island is close to Glenfinnan and the Jacobite Monument stands just out of view on shore to the left of the painting. The island is 1.02 kilometres long.

Francis Jamieson was a painter in oil and watercolour of highland landscapes and coastal scenes. (The work of this highly prolific artist is curious since the oils and watercolours have two quite distinctive styles and subject matter. The oil paintings are most frequently seen and these are highland landscapes or loch scenes - sometimes they appear to be signed with pseudonyms such as 'W. Richards' and 'Phil Hips' - the location is usually inscribed on the reverse. The watercolours are often coastal scenes with boats and figures on a shore, painted in a more traditional Victorian style, and possibly pre-date the oils. F. E. Jamiesons's beach scenes were published as postcards around 1920 by G. Ajelli & Co. of London on a textured card to give the appearance of an oil. Jamieson is known to have travelled widely in the South of England between the wars selling his work but does not appear to have exhibited.) This quote in parentheses is taken from Jeremy Wood's excellent book 'Hidden Talents - A Dictionary of Neglected Artists Working 1880-1950'.

Work by Francis Jamieson can be seen at the usual sites. Please note that on all these sites you will find F. E. Jamieson variously listed as Francis E. Jamieson, F.E.Jamieson, Frank E. Jamieson, Frederick E. Jamieson etc. You may also find some listings under his various pseudonyms of Arnould Pienne, Charles Maurice, Graham Williams, Aubrey Ramus, J. H. Boel, F. Walters, etc

The painting has been newly framed in a 2 3/4" ornate silver gilt frame. It will be supplied wired and ready to hang.

DELIVERY : UK Mainland Add + £50 / WORLDWIDE Supply Extra (Please Request A Quote)
Excellent. Order.The canvas has been relined at some stage in the past and is in good, clean condition. The frame is in very good condition with very minor wear not visible from the front.

External Height 29.25 inch (74.29 cm)
External Width 21.25 inch (53.97 cm)
External Depth 1.00 inch (2.54 cm)
Stock Code
Oil on Canvas
Artist Signature Lower Left Hand Corner
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