Hunt, Walter

(1861 – 1941)

Zeppelin in flames as seen through telescope from Southfields, September 3rd 1916.

£1,800.00

Signed, inscribed on the reverse

Zeppelin in flames as seen through telescope from Southfields, September 3rd 1916.

Oil on card, 
10 x 15 cm.

1 in stock

DESCRIPTION

Provenance:
The Artist’s Estate; Private collection
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THE ARTIST

Hunt, Walter

1861 – 1941
Walter Hunt was born into a family of painters. His father, Charles, was a genre artist (a painter of everyday scenes) and his brother Edgar was well-known for his paintings of animals. So, too, was Walter Hunt an animal painter, best known for his paintings of farmyard scenes. He began painting when he was thirteen years old.
Hunt lived in  Wandsworth,  South West London. He exhibited his works at the Royal Academy beginning in 1881 when he was twenty years old, and also exhibited at the Royal Society of Artists and at the Walker Gallery. His painting, The Dog In The Manger, was purchased by Chantrey Bequest in 1885.He died in 1941.

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