The River at Oxford

Method Drypoint
Artist David Neave
Published c.1920
Dimensions Image & Plate 160 x 225 mm, Sheet 265 x 280 mm
Notes A view along the Thames from Folly Bridge, the college barges line the left hand side of the river and two Salters Steamers cruise boats are in the foreground.

David Neave (1876-c.1950) was a landscape painter and etcher. Born in Kelvingrove, Glasgow, he lived in London in around 1903 and Topsham, Devon from 1911. He exhibited frequently at the Goupil Gallery, the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours. A portrait of Neave by Muirhead Bone was published in 1899.
Framing mounted
Price £175.00
Stock ID 29061