`Marshside, Near Reculver, Kent, 1932`
`After the Long Day`s Toil - Evening Calm`
Arthur Meyrick (fl.1910-1935)
A subtle watercolour depicting the bridges at Marshside, which have been painted many times by artists over the years at this well known location. Meyrick was related to the watercolourist Myra Meyrick, and came from a long line of Reverends and churchmen which would probably account for the legend verso ` So he bringeth them to the haven -where they would be`. Arthur Meyrick`s watercolours are deservedly sought after, especially in Kent and Sussex, where he lived. New Ingres mount in antique white and gilt swept frame.
Arthur Meyrick was a landscape and coastal painter who exhibited 52 times at the Dudley galleries. Lived in Hartfield, Sussex.
|Image size||13.5 x 9.5 inches||Provenance||signed and titled verso|
|Overall size||22 x 18 inches|