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Harry Sticks (1867 - 1938)
Duddon Valley, Cumbria

This wonderful oil painting by Sticks is in the original frame and has been behind glass and is therefore as fresh as the day it was painted. Featuring a remote cottage, Duddon Mews, the surrounding hills and valley.

Oil on canvas    12" x 18"   Signed  


Harry Sticks (1867 - 1938)

Harry Sticks practised as a professional artist in oils and watercolours, painting many landscape subjects in Northumberland, Durham, Scotland and the Lake District. Born in Newcastle he was first tutored in art by his father, Henry Sticks and his uncle, George Blackie  Sticks.  He appears to have produced predominantly small scale paintings. Exhibited at the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, The Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours and other notable venues. 

Other paintings by this artist:

  • Grey October morning, Marsden, South Shields
  • Road over the marsh below Grange, Borrowdale
  • Burtree Falls, Cowshill, Wearhead, Co Durham
  • On the Esk at Boot, Cumberland
  • Thundercloud, Seaton Sluice Harbour
  • Cullercoats Bay
  • July Morning, Seaton Sluice
  • Burnhope Burn in flood, Wearhead
  • Borrowdale Valley towards Derwent Water
  • On The South Tyne Near Alston
  • On The Inite, Eskdale
  • Autumn on the South Tyne
  • A Bend of the Derwent at Grange
  • Grange from the River
  • The Old Mill, North Wales

Artwork Tags: Northumbrian | Oil

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