joan eardley

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Joan Kathleen Harding Eardley Catterline Landscape oil on board, x 75 cm. Abstract Landscape Painting, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Paintings I Love, Contemporary Paintings, Artist Art, Illustration Art, Thing 1, Fine Art

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blastedheath: “Joan Eardley (British, 1921-1963), Catterline Landscape, 1960. Oil on board, 29½ x 30½ in. ”

EARDLEY Joan Kathleen Harding - Sheep Eating Neeps, Nether Swanley Croft near Stonehaven Oil Pastel Paintings, Seascape Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Sheep Art, Popular Artists, Art Challenge, Abstract Landscape, Abstract Art, Illustration Art

Joan Eardley RSA (British, 1921-1963) Sheep Eating Neeps, Nether Swanley Croft near Stonehaven 41.9 x 58.7 cm. (16 1/2 x 23 in.)

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Fishing Nets, Oil on board, Joan Eardley - The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh - Contemporary Art Since 1842 Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Abstract Art, Tamara Lempicka, Francoise Gilot, Fishnet, Great Artists, Original Art, British Artists

Fishing Nets - Joan Eardley

Provenance:Roland, Browse and Delbanco (bears fragmentary label) possibly cat. no. 26 in their Joan Eardley exhibition May 1963Private CollectionMessums Gallery, LondonLiterature:Christopher Andreae, Joan Eardley, Lund Humphries, London, 2013, (ill. p.155)

Joan Eardley ( 1921 - Summer Grasses and Barley on the Clifftop The Wave Seascape . Contemporary Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Abstract Art, Seascape Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Art Moderne, Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh, Gouache

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Joan Eardley (1921 - 1963) Summer Grasses and Barley on the Clifftop (c.1962) The Wave Seascape (c.1950) July Fields Catterline in Winter (1963) Snow. c. 1958 Joan Eardley, although English by birth, became known and revered as one of Scotland’s most prominent mid century artists. Discovering the Kincardineshire fishing village of Catterline in North East Scotland in 1950, Eardley was instantly inspired to paint there. She soon after bought a dilapidated 2-room cottage which was crudely…