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Richmond Bridge, Surrey

© estate of William Bowyer. All rights reserved, DACS 2017. Photo credit: Doncaster Museum Service

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The Royal Academician William Bowyer is best known for his vibrantly coloured paintings of the River Thames near his home in Chiswick. Often on a large scale, they are painted from life with the use of vigorous and expressive mark making. Bowyer studied at the Royal College of Art where his tutors included Carel Weight and Ruskin Spear, and for many years was a leading figure in the New English Art Club.

Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery


  • Date


  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    102 x 122 cm

  • Accession number

    DONMG : 954.84

  • Acquisition method

    purchased from the Fieldbourne Galleries, 1984


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