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Edward Atkinson Hornel was born in Australia to Scottish parents, who returned to their native Kirkcudbright whilst Hornel was still a child. After an unsatisfactory period at Edinburgh art school, Hornel continued his studies at Antwerp Academy where he would have been exposed to the rustic naturalism associated with painting en plein air. Hornel became one of a group of artists known as the Glasgow Boys who experimented with Impressionist techniques.
oil on canvas
100 x 76.2 cm
purchased from the Spring Exhibition, 1906
The Esplanade, Rochdale, Greater Manchester OL16 1AQ EnglandView venue
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