Quimperle, Brittany 1883
oil on linen
Maison des Archers, Quimperlé, Brittany, with Abbey of Saint Croix in distance, 1883, by Tom Trythall Rowe.
Painted during Rowe's sojourn at the Art Colony in Quimperle along with fellow artists Stanhope Forbes and Philip Wilson Steer.
Good condition. Old repaired tear in window area upper left.
Thomas ('Tom') Trythall Rowe
English born landscape painter.
Rowe studied in Paris and worked in the UK and France between 1882 and 1899.
He exhibited in London at the Royal Academy, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Dudley Gallery, Dowdeswell Galleries and Society of British Artists, Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, Manchester City Art Gallery, Nottingham Art Gallery and the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin.
Member of The Artists Colony, known as the Newlyn Artists, between 1880 - 1900.
Member of the Nottingham Society of Artists and the New English Art Club.
Lived in Wickersley and London.
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