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Original Landscape Highland Victorian Scottish Painting

Antique Scottish Painting
B. Ward Original painting Victorian Highland Landscape .

Antique Scottish Painting

Featuring Grazing Cattle in Water.

Victorian Highland Mountain Landscape Oil Painting.

Depict highland mountain scenes with lakes and cattle, and signed in lower left corner ‘B Ward’.

Images are bright, colourful and clear, but has suffered slight foxing to sky (see images),

There are some age related nibbles.

Born in London, Ward was a renowned painter of the Victorian era.

Which won a gold medal for some of his works exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists

Bernard E. Ward founded, together with A. A. Calderon (1847-1911), London´s St John’s Wood Art School..

After a lawsuit had cost him his fortune,

He emigrated to the United States, where he lived in 1913 near Cleveland, Ohio.

Where his daughter was a reporter for a London newspaper, possibly the Illustrated London News.

Ward quickly made himself a name as a portraitist in his new hometown.

Early 1920s, the family lived for some time in Florida,

Before returning to Akron, Ohio, where Bernard Evans Ward died at the age of 76 in his granddaughter’s house.

His works were exhibited at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists,

Also at the Royal Scottish Academy, the Royal Academy of Arts and the Royal Society of British Artists.

A very nicely painted oil on board of a Scottish Loch scene with surrounding mountains and highland cattle in the shallows.

Signed by B.Ward, and we believe it to be late 19th or early 20th century.
Overall size is 63cm wide x 52 cm high.
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