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Roland Batchelor (1889 - 1990)

Nocturne, Beaune, France.

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This is an excellent pen ink and wash picture of a street in Beaune, France. Batchelor was a regular exhibitor at RA and RWS. He was a fluent French speaker who loved working in France. Victoria and Albert Museum holds his work.
£795.00

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Roland Batchelor (1889 - 1990)

Batchelor was born in London and painted in watercolour but was also a draughtsman and printmaker. He started to paint as a child but worked as a Civil Servant as his father insisted on him having a steady job. In his spare time he studied and painted , learning from George Morrow at Putney School of Art and after serving in WWI continued to study at Regent Street Polytechnic School of Art under Harry Watson. He was a regular exhibitor at RA and RWS. Batchelor was a fluent French speaker who loved working in France. Victoria and Albert Museum holds his work.  

Other paintings by this artist:

  • Bologne, The Shrimp Women
  • Fishing on the Thames

Artwork Tags: British | Pen | Townscape | Watercolour

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