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Wilson Hepple (1853-1937)

The Kittens

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Known as 'The Cat Man' Hepple was was an extremely popular Northumbrian artist. His series of cat paintings earned him his nickname. Normally produced in watercolour his oils of cats are quite rare. This is a superb example of his work.

Oil on canvas board  4 1/4" x 6"  Signed  


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Wilson Hepple (1853-1937)

Born Newcastle and a founder member of the Bewick Club, Hepple was from a family of talented professional and amateur artists. He was taught at Newcastle School of Art under William Cosens Way. His first major work was produced at the age of twenty-two at Gallowgate Hoppings which was said to have astounded the art world of Newcastle. A versatile artist he produced hundreds of animal paintings and perhaps he is best known for his series featuring cats. Exhibited Central Exchange Art Gallery, Newcastle. Bewick Club, Newcastle and Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle.

Artwork Tags: Animal | cats | Northumbrian | Oil

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