JOHN LEWIS STANT (w. 1931 - 1955)

'DOWNHAM LANCASHIRE'

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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

England

DATED

circa 1930s

MEDIUM

Artists Proof Etching

SIGNED

Bottom

DIMENSIONS

Etching

370mm x 220mm

Framed

550mm x 365mm

PRICE

£75

 

Lovely scene of Downham village with a brook/beck running under a bridge and a fisherman standing on the LHS bank. Houses running into the village and the church are depicted in the background. On woven paper and pencil signed with the  Warwick Gallery blind stamp. Downham is a picturesque village near Clitheroe, Lanchashire.

John Lewis Stant was a landscape painter and etcher. He exhibited at Royal Society of British Artists, the Royal Hibernian Academy and the Royal Scottish Academy. He lived in Walsall area before moving to St Ives in 1935. Later he moved to Birmingham. 

He exhibited between 1931 and 1939.