Springtime in Bruges

by Fred Hall

£13,500

Frederick Hall was a British artist whose work is characterised by his Impressionistic style, whilst concurrently focusing on the romantic subjects of landscapes, rustic subjects and portraits. He was a member of the Newlyn School in Cornwall.  It was during his time at the Newlyn School that his style shifted from focusing on the subjects of social realism to that of the impressionist mode.

DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 12.2 x 15.7 ins / 31.0 x 40.0 cm
SIGNATURE: Signed lower left
MEDIUM: Oil on board

Catalogue No: 5704 Categories: , ,

The work by Fred Hall, Springtime in Bruges is an emotive piece that reflects the haziness of a warm day by the water in summer. The work is characteristic of Hall’s impressionistically influenced style, as the highlights of white aid to enhance the glistening of the water, as the light playfully reflects.

Hall was a successful artist having had his work displayed in the prestigious institutions of the Royal Academy and the Paris Salon. Fred Hall also exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists, the Grosvenor Gallery, the New Gallery, and the New English Art Club.

Private collection, United Kingdom

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Frederick Hall was a British artist whose work is characterised by his Impressionistic style, whilst concurrently focusing on the romantic subjects of landscapes, rustic subjects and portraits.

The artist was born in Yorkshire and later moved to study art at the Lincoln School of Art from 1879 to 1881. Shortly after his graduation he was recognised for his artistic talent and became a member of the Newlyn School in Cornwall. However, it was during his time at the Newlyn School that his style shifted from focusing on the subjects of social realism to that of the impressionist mode.

Hall was a successful artist having had his work displayed in the prestigious institutions of the Royal Academy and the Paris Salon. It was at the Paris Salon in 1912 that Hall was awarded a gold medal. Additionally, Hall exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists, the Grosvenor Gallery, the New Gallery, and the New English Art Club.

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