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William Mander
Cattle Grazing Near Rhyl, North Wales

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A stunning, showpiece example of William Henry Mander's painted in Rhys, North Wales. The size is unusual and perfect for a mantlepiece as a statement piece. Picture Size: 22 x 36" (56 x 91cm) Outside Frame Size: 30 x 44" (76 x 111cm) William Henry MANDER Exhibited 1882 – 1914 William Henry Mander was a landscape painter, who was based in Birmingham, and painted mainly scenes in Wales and Warwickshire in a similar style to that of Benjamin Williams Leader. Mander was so taken with North Wales that he moved from the Midlands to Dollgelau in 1899 where he lived for five years before moving to Lincoln. Shortly after he moved to Sheffield before returning to his native Birmingham in 1907 Mander has a particularly attractive, naturalistic style. His palette is rich but always through the spectrum of natures colours using yellows, greens and browns. His paintings are similar in style and subject, but they are all innovative which sets him apart from his contemporaries like David Bates and Benjamin W. Leader. Between 1881 and 1914 he regularly exhibited his work especially at the Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham. Titles included Scene near Trefriw, North Wales (1898) and Stepping Stones in the Conway (1899). Address: Birmingham 1882 and 1907 Dolgelly, North Wales 1899 Lincoln 1904 Sheffield 1905 Exhibited at:- Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham x 66 Royal Cambrian Academy x 7 Royal Hibernian Academy x 14
  • Creator:
    William Mander (1850 - 1922, British)
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 30 in (76.2 cm)Width: 44 in (111.76 cm)Depth: 3 in (7.62 cm)
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  • Condition:
    It is housed in a gold leaf English swept. The painting has been sympathetically relined.
  • Gallery Location:
    St. Albans, GB
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU2469212111232
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