About this item
Framed Print of Glencoyne Farm's Cottage Interior.
Alfred Heaton Cooper 1863-1929, was born in Manchester, studied in London, and was influenced by the likes of Turner and Constable.
He loved the Lake District and Founded the Heaton Cooper Studio in Coniston in 1898.
He is best known for his landscape painting so this one of Glencoyne cottage interior is rare.
It portrays lake land farm life around W.W.1.
The print was purchased in the Grassmere Gallery that bears his name.
Size: Frame Approx 55cm wide and Approx 44.5cm high-211/2"+ 171/2".
Features a Champange Border.
The Print and the frame are in very good condition.
- Used: good
- Framed Print.
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