SOLD ITEM 6533 - John Byam Shaw watercolor image lady turned serving man

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John Byam Shaw watercolor illustration labeled verso Woman Turned Serving Man. John Byam Shaw was born in Madras, India, in 1872, and died in London in 1919. He studied at the St. Johns Wood School of Art and at the Royal Academy School. Later, he and Rex Vicat Cole were partners in the School of Art in Campden Hill. Shaw worked in oil, watercolour, pastel, pen and ink, and also used such techniques as dyeing and gilding. He painted in the truth and sincerity style of the Pre-Raphaelites, using pure pigments that resulted in brilliant jewel tones. For more information on the artist, please go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byam_Shaw. The original gallery label is on the back. Dowdeswell and Dowdeswells New Bond Street London 160 W and 275 Fifth Ave New York. The painting measures 9.5 x 13.5, frame 17 x 21.
 
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