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Frederick William Hulme
19th Century landscape oil painting of figures in a Surrey lane

1854

$7,745.64

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Frederick William Hulme British, (1816-1884) A Lane in Ockham, Surrey Oil on canvas, signed & dated 1854 Image size: 18.75 inches x 33.25 inches Size including frame: 25 inches x 40 inches Provenance: Frost & Reed; Stacy Marks Frederick Hulme was a landscape painter born in Swinton, Yorkshire on 22 October, 1816 to Jesse and Elizabeth Trewolla. His father was an artist who worked as a porcelain painter in the Potteries in Stoke on Trent and from whom he received tuition. His mother is also believed to have been a porcelain painter and is credited with having taught him from an early age. His sister Elizabeth and brother Rowland also worked in the pottery trade as designers. On 23 June, 1840, he married Caroline Jackson and together they lived in Hanley, Staffordshire. Their son Frederick Edward Hulme who was born in March 1841, studied as an artist later became a writer and amateur botanist known for his drawings of flowers. During the same year his son was born, Hulme made his debut exhibition at the Birmingham Academy. The family moved to London in 1844 living at 15 Pelham Road, Brompton and from 1851 at 4 Hereford Square in South Kensington where Hulme worked as an engraver. He also taught as an art teacher and later published a drawing text book for schools. He began exhibiting at the British Institution from 1845 and at the Royal Academy from 1852 as well as at the Royal Manchester Institution and other provincial galleries. He also illustrated a number of books including The Poetical Works of Edgar Allan Poe in 1853, and Samuel Carter Hall's Book of South Wales in 1861. From 1870, he lived with his family at 8, St. Alban's Road, Kensington. Hulme specialised in picturesque rural landscapes usually punctuated with the occasional figure or featuring sheep. From his base in London he would travel around the country painting views of his favourite spots, which included Surrey and North Wales. He died in Kensington in 1884. Examples of his work can be found in a number of public collections including the Bolton Museum, Hartlepool Museum, Laing Art Gallery, New Walk Musuem, Sheffield Museum, Walker Art Gallery, Wednesbury Museum, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Wolverhampton Art Gallery and York Museum. Presentation: The work is housed in a new, English made gilt frame which is in excellent condition. The back of the painting bears a Frost & Reed gallery label and also a Stacy-Marks label dated 1957, who at the time were based at 120-122 Terminus Road, Eastbourne. Condition: As with all of our original antique oil paintings, this work is offered in ready to hang gallery condition, having been professionally cleaned, restored and revarnished. © Benton Fine Art

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