Hutton Mitchell, Evening Meal

Regular price £195.00

DESCRIPTION

A pair of servant girls sit down to take their evening meal as the moonlight gently cascades through a cottage window. A loaf has been freshly prepared as they rest quietly after a long day. 

Hutton Mitchell (1872 - 1939) is a listed Canadian artist that often depicted European genre scenes. Several of his works were created in the Netherlands and, given that the two girls appear to wearing clogs, perhaps this scene is also of Dutch origin. 

Please just ask if you would like this painting to be framed and we will try to source something appropriate for its age. We only charge for the cost of the actual frame (approximately £50) and include the framing process for free.

Medium
Watercolour
Size including mount
28⅔” x 21” / 73cm x 53cm
Year of creation
c. 1900 - c. 1930
Condition
Excellent and ready to frame.
Artist’s auction highlight
£2,803 at Walkers, Canada in 2011.

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If the images display the artwork framed, then the frame is included in the price. For those that are unframed, we can handle the framing for you should you wish. We always try to source frames that are appropriate for the age of the painting but can also provide contemporary alternatives if you prefer. You only pay for the cost of the actual frame (usually £30 - £50) as we include the labour for free.