A Unique Oil Painting Artwork On Canvas “Sea Action” ca., 1940 by Montague Dawson

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A Unique Oil Painting Artwork On Canvas “Sea Action” ca., 1940 by Montague Dawson – Get it on Amazon

This is an oil painting on canvass entitled Sea Action circa 1940 by foremost nautical painters of the 20th century Montague Dawson. This is a gold leaf framed oil painting on canvas techniques with frame measuring 40” in width x 34” in height x 2” in thick while the painting itself measures 42” x 28”. This was signed by Dawson visible on the lower side of the painting.

Dawson was born on September 19, 1890 in London, England and although he has no formal training in art as a child, he began to draw and developed his illustration skills at a commercial art studio in 1910. His dedication to systematic technical accuracy and very realistic style of maritime painting has made him a particularly popular seascape artist. His works can be found in the collections of the Royal Naval Museum in Portsmouth and the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England. He died on May 21, 1973 in Midhurst, England at the age of 83.

Detailed specification of the painting:

Medium: Oil
Sub-Medium: oil on canvas
Height: 28 inches
Width: 42 inches
Condition Note: Collectible Like New
Crated: Yes
Signed By: Dawson
Signature location: lower left

Frame Information:
Framed: Yes
Material:  Gold Leaf
Framed Height: 34 inches
Framed Width: 48 inches
Frame Depth: 2 inches

 

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