James Herbert Snell (1861-1935)
`Fishing Boats at Martigues, South of France`
An excellent watercolour by well listed artist James Herbert Snell depicting fishing boats at Martigues, a fishing port near to Marseille in the South of France. . Snell is an interesting artist who bridged the late Victorian and impressionist eras. His early work is typically Victorian, but after studying in Paris he became influenced by Impressionism, and from 1905 worked almost exclusively in the South of France, especially around the Martigues area of which there are numerous paintings. This example most likely dates to the period around 1910 and is typical of his later colourful palette. Very good unfaded condition with new double ingres mount and satin gilt swept frame in excellent condition.
James Herbert Snell R. B. A., R. O. I., ( 1861 - 1935 )
Landscape painter born London. Studied at Heatherley's, also Paris and Amsterdam. Exhibited Royal Academy from 1880, Grosvenor Gallery, New Gallery, Royal Scottish Academy and Paris Salon. He was elected to the ROYAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH ARTISTS in 1890 and elected ROI in 1909. Lived in London and Glasgow and from 1905 worked mainly in the south of France.
He exhibited extensively at the principal London and provincial galleries, and in Europe
| Image size||13 x 9 inches||Provenance||Signed and titled verso|| Overall size||21 x 17 inches||Age||c1910||Price||£249.00|
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