This is a lovely Scotish landscape by renowned artist Francis E Jamieson. This work dates from around the 1920's and is an excellent example of his work. The painting is an oil on canvas entitled 'Sheep in the Late Day Sun' and would grace any home. The painting measures 60cm x 40cm unframed and 70cm x 52cm framed. A chance to obtain a quality Scotish work at a reasonable price. Francis E Jamieson was most notably known for his enchanting landscapes of the Scottish Highlands and Loch mountains. He became one of the most sought after and prolific artists of his time. Jamieson never exhibited in London as he sold his work through several dealers. He was in such demand that he was exclusively contracted to prestigious furniture retailers, and was known to have produced works for private clients using eleven known pseudonyms which included Aubrey Ramus, W.Richards, Montgomery Ansell, and Phil Hips. His beach scenes were published as postcards around 1920 by G.Ajelli &Co of London, on a textured card to give the appearance of an oil. He is known to have travelled widely in the South of England between the wars selling his work. He was a short, thick set man, who would turn up in his trade-mark plus fours. This atmospheric highland scene is typical of Jamieson's work. His warm, bright colors and compositions are very much in the style made popular by Alfred de Breanski and his son For shipping outside the UK or EU please Email for cost.
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