A very fine and rare 19th century oil painting on canvas by renowned artist Henry Moore, R.A. R.W.S. ( British 1831-1895) titled “Fishing Vessels”.
This extremely fine work is a picture perfect scene depicting vessels on still water with figures in rowing boats. The painting contains exceptional details and study of subjects and natural light.

Signed lower left

The painting is in very good condition. The canvas not lined and without restoration. The painting is framed in a gilt wood and gesso frame with some damage consistent with handling and age. This painting dates from circa 1860.

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Dimensions
Frame H 48 cm ( 19 inches) x W 54 cm ( 21 1/4 inches)
Canvas H 40 cm ( 15 3/4 inches) x W 72 cm ( 28 1/4 inches)

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Henry Moore was an English marine and landscape painter. He was born in York, a brother of both Albert Joseph and John Collingham and pupil of their father, William Moore. Henry was educated at York and was taught painting by his father. He entered the Royal Academy schools in 1853 and exhibited his first picture, “Glen Braemar” at the Royal Academy in the same year. He was a constant exhibitor at the Royal Academy from that time onwards. He exhibited at the Portland Gallery from 1855 to 1860 and the British Institution from 1855 to 1865.

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Henry Moore RA RWS “Fishing Vessels” Oil on Canvas

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