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Beatrice Angle (Exhibited 1885 – 1905)

4 Watercolour views of the Thames in London

Circa 1895

Provenance:  From pages of one of the Artist’s sketch books

Each one is accompanied by a copy of the inside cover of the sketch book                                IMAGE

 

 

 

“Kew” (with Railway Bridge)

Mount opening 3 5/8” x 5 1/8” (97mm x 130mm)                                                                         IMAGE

 

 

“From Greenwich”

(titled in pencil)

Mount opening 4 3/8” x 5 1/16” (110mm x 128mm)                                                                     IMAGE

                       

 

“Waterloo”

(titled in pencil)

Mount opening 4 ¼” x 5” (108mm x 127mm)                                                                                IMAGE

 

 

“From Vauxhall”

(titled in pencil)

Mount opening 5 ¼” x 8 3/8” (132mm x 213mm)                                                                         IMAGE

 

 

 

Beatrice Angle was a painter, sculptor and ceramicist.  She was born in Hornsey in London but grew up in neighbouring Islington, one of the eleven children of Susan and John Angle, a Job Master.  Angle specialised in terracotta and bronze busts and heads  but on occasion she also produced porcelain pieces and more imaginative designs.  For some time she lived at 56 West Cromwell Road, Kensington and maintained a studio at Yeomans Row, also in Kensington but later lived at Sandwich in Kent.  At the Paris Salon of 1892 she showed a statuette entitled “The Young Venetian”.  She also exhibited from 1885 – 1905 at the Royal Academy, the Institute of Watercolours, the Walker Art Gallery Liverpool and the Society of Women Artists.

 

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