Lot 340: Attributed to Alfred Hayward (1875 - 1971).
To be sold at our General Sale, Vintage Clothing and Cameras on 7th Aug 2014
Attributed to Alfred Hayward (1875 - 1971). Landscape depicting cows crossing a meadow, 1957. Signed and dated in paint bottom right. Oil on canvas, unframed. 41cm (16 9/64in) x 51cm (20 5/64in). Hayward was a painter in oil and water-colour of landscapes and portraits. Also a mural artist strongly influenced by the Impressionists. His early works are rare. He studied art at the R.C.A 1891-94 and at the Slade School 1895-97, under Brown, Tonks and Steer. During the period up to World War 1 Hayward travelled to West Indies, Central America and Italy, which he always loved. After serving in Artists' Rifles, Hayward was appointed an official war artist, 1918-9, his resulting work being held by the Imperial War Museum. Exhibited at the R.A., N.E.A.C. of which he was a member, Leicester Galleries, Wildenstein, R.P., R.W.S and Gallery Edward Harvane. Alfred is represented in several public collections. Hayward was a founder member of Chelsea Arts Club, a dapper, immaculate man of old-fashioned manners.
Price Achieved: £200.00
This lot was presented at at our General Sale, Vintage Clothing and Cameras on the 7th Aug 2014