ALGERNON NEWTON R.A.

 

 

Newton22
oil
Newton Lake
Hut
Cloudy Day
House
dark wood

Title: Clouds hiding the sun

Medium: Watercolour

Size: 10” x 14”

Price: SOLD

Signed with monogram and dated 1923.

A typical piece from the time when he was emulating the style of 18th century English watercolourists.

On laid paper.

Some surface dirt,foxing and a repaired hole but that is reflected in the price.

Title: The Blasted Oak

Medium: Black Chalk on Blue Paper

Size: 5.5” x 4.5”

Price: SOLD

Annotated by the artist.

 

 

Title: A Summer Meadow

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Size: 9.5” x 7.5”

Price: NFS

Signed in full verso

An interesting oil which is painted in a Post Impressionist style showing the versatility of the man.

Title: Lake Scene

Medium: Black Chalk on Grey Paper

Size: 9” x 6”

Price: SOLD

A beautiful drawing by this 20thc master. Squared up for transfer to canvas.

Very typical subject matter and handling.

 

Title: A Hovel

Medium: Watercolour

Size: 5” x 4”

Price: SOLD

Unsigned but a typical piece from the time when he was emulating the style of 18th century English watercolourists.

Some surface dirt but otherwise in very good condition.

Extensively inscribed verso in the artists hand.

Title: A Country Cottage

Medium: Watercolour

Size: 10” x 14”

Price: SOLD

Unsigned but a typical piece from the time when he was emulating the style of 18th century English watercolourists.

Some surface dirt but otherwise in very good condition.

 

Title: A Dark Wood

Medium: Black Chalk on Grey Paper

Size: 6” x 4.5”

Price: SOLD

A very atmospheric drawing.

Squared up for transfer to canvas.

A bit rubbed but that is reflected in the price.

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upland trees
Newton Tree Study

Title: Upland Trees

Medium: Black Chalk on Blue Paper

Size: 11” x 8”

Price: SOLD

Creased along the top and slightly rubbed but that is reflected in the price.

Verso is a drawing of Farm buildings.

Title: Study of a Tree

Medium: Black Chalk

Size: 10” x 6.5”

Price: SOLD

A page from a sketchbook so it was presumably drawn en plein air.

(Victorian Watercolours.com)