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Convolvulus

£ 950

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Height
53.34 cm (21")
Width
34.29 cm (13 1/2")
Framed Height
87.63 cm (34 1/2")
Framed Width
68.58 cm (27")
Arthur Wardle was born in London. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1880 when he was aged only 16 and thereafter was a regular and frequent exhibitor there and at many other London and provincial venues. His early work seemed to concentrate on landscape and rustic scenes and it was not until the 1890s that he began to explore the subject matter for which he was to become so famous, namely domestic and wild animals, and big cats in particular. He soon established a reputation for exhibiting large mythological and dramatic subjects which gave him the opportunity to include lions, tigers, leopards and occasionally even polar bears.



Wardle lived in St John’s Wood. Here he was close to London Zoo, which provided him with the chance to study his subjects closely. As a regular visitor to the zoo he made numerous sketches that he would then use to work on in the large canvases in his studio.
Height
53.34 cm (21")
Width
34.29 cm (13 1/2")
Framed Height
87.63 cm (34 1/2")
Framed Width
68.58 cm (27")
More Information
Year                 c 1920
Medium                 Watercolour and bodycolour on linen
Country                 United Kingdom
Signed                 Signed
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