Algernon NEWTON (London 1880 - London 1968)

St. Paul’s Cathedral from the South Bank of the Thames Sold

Pen and black ink and watercolour.
Signed with initials and dated AN / 23 at the lower right.
338 x 470 mm. (13 1/4 x 18 1/2 in.)

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Algernon Newton worked extensively in watercolour in the early years of his career. In its quiet understatement, the present sheet is a typical example of the artist’s precise watercolour technique.

Newton painted at least one other view of London’s great cathedral; a painting entitled St. Paul’s Rising out of the Fog, exhibited at a London gallery in 1951.

Algernon NEWTON

St. Paul’s Cathedral from the South Bank of the Thames

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