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Frank Markham Skipworth (1854-1929) "Lady in Black", 1900, Large Oil Painting 12500 EUR
Frank Markham Skipworth (1854-1929) "Lady in Black", 1900, Large Oil Painting
Frank Markham Skipworth (1854 Castor, Lincolnshire - 1929 London) was a very well known painter of portraits, genre and historical subjects. He studied for two years at the Lincoln School of Art, for three years at the Royal Academy Schools (under Poynter) and finally in 1883-84 was a pupil of the famous Adolphe William Bouguereau in Paris. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, London from 1883, showed also his works in the Society of British Artists (Suffol Street, London), New Watercolor Society, Gosvenor Gallery, New Gallery and elsewhere. He lived and worked in London.
Provenance: Bonhams London, 21June 2007, lot 87 (see our first additional image).
Condition: good, in original 19th century frame.
Creation Year: 1900
Measurements: UNFRAMED:121,5x93,0cm/47,8x36,6in FRAMED: 151,0x120,5cm/59,4x47,4in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Belle Epoque
Technique: oil on canvas
Inscription: signed and dated: F M Skipworth 1900
Creator: Frank Markham Skipworth
Creator Dates: 1854-1906
Nationality: English / British
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