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St Clements Backwater, Oxford

£ 2,900

REF
2161
Height
149.86 cm (59")
Width
172.72 cm (68")
Framed Height
196.85 cm (77 1/2")
Framed Width
220.98 cm (87")
Frederick Henry Stonham was born in Reading, Berkshire and studied at Oxford School of Art 1948-1952, before going on to Bournemouth College of Art, 1952-1953. A painter, printmaker, woodcarver and teacher, he exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1953 and was also a regular exhibitor at the New English Art Club and elsewhere. For some years he taught art in prisons, including Parkhurst on the Isle of Wight. The present work dates from his period in Oxford, where he lived in a house on the Botley Road until the mid 1950s.



His studio sale was held in Christies in 2006.

Height
149.86 cm (59")
Width
172.72 cm (68")
Framed Height
196.85 cm (77 1/2")
Framed Width
220.98 cm (87")
More Information
Year                 1953
Medium                 Oil on canvasboard
Country                 United Kingdom
Signed                 Signed; signed, inscribed with title and the artists address on labels on the reverse
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