Attr. William Charles Evans, Portrait Of Betty Bell

Regular price £895.00

DESCRIPTION

A fine mid-20th-century portrait of ‘Betty Bell’ attributed to British artist, William Charles Evans (1911–1978).

Researching the signature on this beautiful painting led us to an interesting discussion over at ArtUK regarding a portrait of Alderman HR Walker. That particular work bears the same signature and was ultimately attributed to William Charles Evans following a great deal of debate.

Evans attended the Royal Academy Schools (1930-1935) and exhibited at seven of the Academy’s Summer Exhibitions. It seems that his style may have changed during the mid-60s as his later works are looser and more painterly in their appearance.

The portrait is signed and dated in the lower left.

Medium
Oil on canvas
Size including frame
37” x 31½” / 94cm x 80cm
Year of creation
1961
Condition
Very good overall. The small white mark on the right hand side is paint and is not an issue.

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