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Richard (Robert) Malcolm Lloyd 1855 - 1945

Fishing Boats in Scarbourough Harbour

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A beautiful watercolour of Scarbourough Harbour by Lloyd, a member of 'The Newlyn Art Colony' who exhibited his work at many institutions, including the Royal Academy, London and  the New Watercolour Society, London.

watercolour     9 /14" x 13 3/4"   Signed and dated 1911

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Richard (Robert) Malcolm Lloyd 1855 - 1945

Richard Malcolm Lloyd    (1855 - 1945)

Richard Malcolm Lloyd was a marine, coastal and landscape painter, mainly working in watercolour. He was a member of the Newlyn Art Colony and is listed as one of 50 selected in George Bednars book "Every Picture Was A Corner"  written about the Colony. He resided at Catford Bridge, London, but travelled extensively around the UK and also Northern France to paint. He exhibited his work at many institutions, including the Royal Academy, London, the Suffolk Street Galleries, London, and New Watercolour Society, London, as well as other institutions in the provinces.

Artwork Tags: Art | British | marine | Watercolour

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