Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Continental street scene with street vendors

Arthur Joseph Meadows (British, 1843-1907)
signed 'Arthur Meadows 1894' (lower left) oil on panel
30 x 19.5cm (11 13/16 x 7 11/16in).
The Chester Sale: Pictures
Sold for £2,000 inc. premium

At Fecamp, Normandy

Arthur Joseph Meadows (British, 1843-1907)
'At Fecamp, Normandy'
signed 'Arthur Meadows 1884' (lower left); signed and inscribed verso oil on canvas
24.5 x 34.5cm (9 5/8 x 13 9/16in).
The Chester Sale: Pictures
Sold for £937 inc. premium

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Entrance to Falmouth Harbour

TITLE: Entrance to Falmouth Harbour
 ARTIST: Arthur Joseph Meadows
 CATEGORY: Paintings
 MATERIALS: Oil on canvas
 SIZE: h: 16 x w: 26 in / h: 40.6 x w: 66 cm
 REGION: British
 STYLE: Modernism (ca. 1880-1945)
 PRICE*: 6,500 BP
 GALLERY: Walker Galleries 01423 567933

Near Scheveningen, Holland & On the Ouse, King's Lynn

A pair for sale on Ebay (Auction on 28th Nov)
Signed and dated 1891, oil on panel
19cm x 29.5cm (7.5in x 11.75in) and another by the same hand, 'On the Ouse, King's Lynn' a pair (2)

Estimate: £ 1,500 - £ 2,000

On the Amalfi Coast at Dusk

Artist: Arthur Joseph Meadows
 (1843 - 1907)
Art style: Symbolism and more
Work: On the Amalfi Coast at Dusk
Size: 25 x 30 cm (10,0 x 11,9 inches)
Technique oil on canvas
Location: London, Private Collection Ackermann and Johnson Ltd
Article-No.: OJ189147

James Edwin - The Timber Wagon

Oil on Canvas
Signed and Dated 1866
28 3/4 x 46 3/4 Inches
Price category: E: £20,000 - £30,000

At Burlingtons

UPDATE: This painting was sold at Sotheby's, London in July 07. Its name then was Homeward Bound. Here are some of the details of that sale.

A London landscape painter, James Edwin Meadows was the son of well known artist, James Meadows Senior, and came from a family with a strong artistic tradition.

Despite being based in London, James Edwin Meadows travelled extensively throughout Great Britain seeking inspiration for his landscapes, particularly concentrating on the Southern coastline. He frequently painted views in Essex, Kent, Sussex, Surrey and the Isle of Wight.

James Edwin Meadows exhibited at the major London Galleries including the Royal Academy (1854-72), the British Institute and the Royal Society of British Artists.