Impressionist watercolour by David Muirhead ( 1867–1930 )

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Landscape and figure painter. Born 19 March 1867 in Edinburgh, son of an architect and master builder. Studied at the Trustees' School, Edinburgh, and the Westminster School of Art under Fred Brown. Exhibited at the R.A. from 1895, A.R.A. 1928; and with the N.E.A.C. from 1896, member 1900; R.S.W.S. 1893; R.B.A. 1902; founder member of the National Portrait Society 1911. Retrospective exhibition at the Chenil Galleries 1907. Died 21 April 1930 in London. Represented in the Late Members Exhibition, R.A., winter 1930 This beautiful impressionist style watercolour dates from 1918 and was delightfully painted by the Edinburgh born Artist David Muirhead. David's work can be admired in Museums across Great Britain and the Tate Art Gallery. David exhibited widely at many provincial galleries throughout the UK and also at London galleries including 10 times at the RA. As a member of the New English Art Club, David's Technique certainly contains a form of Impressionism. Very apparent, from that period. Artist Signed: David Muirhead Title: " After Rain " Meduim: Watercolour Date: 1918 European Dimensions : Painting: W34cm x H24.5cm Glazed Frame: W60cm x H50cm Condition: The watercolour has small areas of foxing. The painting is mounted within a contemporary glazed frame. Please don't hesitate contacting us for further assistance.