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Robert Weir Allan RSA RWS RSW 1852 - 1942

Unloading The Catch, Concarneau

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Allan was an extremely talented Sottish artist who is still very popular today. This watercolour is of Concarneu, Brittany, a popular holiday destination for British travellers and shows fishermen in the foreground unloading the catch.

watercolour     14" x 20" (with frame 23 1/2" x 29")     signed


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Robert Weir Allan RSA RWS RSW 1852 - 1942

Robert Weir Allan was born in Glasgow and painted landscape and marine subjects in both oil and watercolour. He toured the Far East in the late 1890s and also painted Continental scenes. Allan was commissioned to paint a portrait of Lloyd George in 1934.
Exhibited: RA, RBA, RHA, RI, ROi, RSA, RSW, RWS.

Other paintings by this artist:

  • Fishing Boats, Concarneau

Artwork Tags: Art | European | Marine | Scottish | Watercolour

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