Signed Russell Flint print "Ladies Washing

Signed Russell Flint print of Ladies Washing. Wonderful looking scene, lots of ladies washing with great colour and perspective that you expect from this highly collectable artist. Has his name on the picture which has moved so needs repositioning within the mount.

Picture measures 13.5" x 9.5" in a lovely mount, framed and glazed overall measurement 21.5" x 17" and comes ready to hang. Please take a look at my others by this artist as I will offer reduced postage on combined purchases.

Sir William Russell Flint was surely one of the greatest watercolour painter of the last century. He was born in Edinburgh on the 4th April 1880 and was educated until the age of fourteen when he began a six-year apprenticeship as a lithographic draughtsman. Following completion of this apprenticeship he left for London to work as a medical illustrator. This lasted for eighteen months, after which he attended Hatherleys Art School for three days and evenings a week. At this time his main ambition lay in the field of book and story illustration and following an approach to the editor of The Illustrated London News he was commissioned to provide a series of illustrations for the 1903Christmas week issue. As further assignments at the ILN followed so his reputation as an illustrator grew, leading in 1905 to a commission for drawings
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