Ronald is well known for his paintings of the Tyne and surrounding coastal villages of Northumberland. This stunning watercolour features Polperro, and most likely painted whilst on holiday or visiting the area. It is typical of his style and instantly recogniseable as his work. The frame and mount are original, 70s possibly early 80s, and is Titled to the mount.
Moore owned his own gallery in Tynemouth and painted in Watercolours and Oils predominantly in the North of England. His scenes of Northumbria, Yorkshire, Scotland and Lake District are very popular and sought after and have been purchased by Businesses and private collectors alike. He was a member of the British Watercolour Society.