Artist: John Shapland
|Subject: Taw Marsh, Dartmoor|
|Medium: Watercolour Price: SOLD||Size: 140 x 230mm, 5.5 x 9 " Order No. 371|
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John Shapland (1865-1929)
A painter of seascapes and landscapes mainly in watercolour but occasionally in oil.
He exhibited at the RA, Paris Salon, and in the USA.
Two of his exhibits at the RA were entitled 'Fairy Led' and 'Paradise Lost'.
He was the principle of the Exeter School of Art from 1899 to 1913.
His compositions are loose' and his colouring is reminiscent of the continental style.
His home address is listed as 8, Topsham Road, Exeter.
He was at one time in business with the well known Devon artist W. H. Sweet.
Exhibited 5 @ RA, 1 @ RI, 2 @ L, 1 @ NG, 1 @ FIN.
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