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William Thomas Nichols Boyce (1857-1911)
Heavy Seas off Lowestof, England

Part of a pair (see Fishing smack off Great Yarmouth) this fishing smack shows clearly the identification letters for Lowestof fishing fleet, England, around 1900. Oil paintings by Boyce are rare.

Oil on board   5 1/2" x 8 1/2"   Signed.  (original frame).


William Thomas Nichols Boyce (1857-1911)

William Thomas Nichols Boyce was a marine and landscape painter in oil and watercolour. Originally from Norfolk he moved to South Shields in 1872. He was a joiner and a draper before becoming a full time artist. Boyce exhibited at the South Shields Art Club and the Bewick Art Club, Newcastle, and at the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle from 1905 until his death.

Boyce's sons were all artistically gifted:Albert Ernest Boyce, Herbert Walter Boyce and Norman Septimus Boyce. 

Other paintings by this artist:

  • Approaching the Tyne
  • Evening on the North Sea
  • Fishing smack off Great Yarmouth
  • Fishing vessels on the North Sea
  • Return of the Herring Fleet
  • Sailing boats returning to the mouth of the River Tyne
  • Shipping off Shields
  • Shipping off the North East Coast
  • Steam Boat and Shipping off the Northumbrian Coast

Artwork Tags: Marine | Northumbrian | Oil

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