Portrait of a Newlyn Woman by Henry Charles Wilkie (1864-1925)


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Portrait of a Newlyn Woman by Henry Charles Wilkie (1864-1925)

A typical Newlyn School portrait of Johanna Symons of Newlyn dated 1919. Attribution and sitter are identified on old typewritten labels verso. Provenance: W H Lane, Penzance.

Oil on canvas, 17.25" x 13.5" (44cm x 34cm).

Presented in a good quality gilt frame with beige hessian slip.

Henry Charles Wilkie (1864-1925)

Henry Charles Wilkie studied consecutively at Brussels, then both Julian's and Colarossi's in Paris. From 1919 to 1925 his address was in Penzance, and he exhibited at NAG, with at least one sale in the Summer Exhibition of 1921. He was a painter of portraits and animals. He exhibited at the Newlyn Art Gallery in 1921 (1); Liverpool; RCA (3); RHA (5); RSA.

Portrait of a Newlyn Woman by Henry Charles Wilkie (1864-1925)