Albert H Collings portraight of Belle the Blue Crinoline


Albert H Collings portraight of belle the blue crinoline, circa 1930. beautiful picture in perfect condition. A young female in a blue evening dress with detailed floral design. The rich reds & blues in both the foreground and on the tapestry in the background add to the appeal of this painting. Collings was born, trained, and lived all his life in London. Working in oils, watercolour and pastel, he specialised in figure subjects and portraits, for which he received a number of official commissions. He exhibited for many years at the Royal Society of British Artists, showing a total of 98 works and being elected a member in 1897. He also supported the Royal Academy (29 works, 1896-1938) and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, and showed at the Paris Salon, where he was awarded a gold medal for a portrait in 1907.Examples of his portraiture are at Harrow and in the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and Portsmouth Town Hall; but for such a fluent and relatively prolific artist, his work is now rare. - size - H 925mm (36.5") W 675mm (26.5") -WEIGHT 2.2KG - 3000

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  • Code: PPT24
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