Albert Dunington (1860-1928)
`The Sands below the Pier, Whitby`
A familiar scene to anyone who knows Whitby. The swing bridge leading to the outer harbour and the sea can be seen in the distance, not so many sailing boats around these days, and a small steamboat can be glimpsed in the distance. Probably painted around 1900, and most of the buildings are still extant. Dunington was originally from Nottingham and would have been familiar with the work of Laura Knight and the Staithes group, an influence on many artists of his generation in style and subject matter. Painting is in its original gilt frame with new gold lined ivory mount.
Albert Dunington (1860-1928) was a painter in oil and watercolour of landscapes, coastal scenes and animals. He was born in Lenton, Nottingham, and later lived in Manchester at 45 Warwick street. He exhibited several times at Nottingham Castle Museum ( Nottingham Society of Artists) and later at Manchester City Art Gallery. He is often mis-catalogued at Albert Dunnington, with two n`s.
|Image size||14 x 9.5 inches inches||Provenance||signed lower left, titled verso|
|Overall size||24 x 18 inches inches|
|Age||c.1900||Price||SOLD MARCH 2013|