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Lot 340: Attributed to Alfred Hayward (1875 - 1971).

To be sold at our General Sale, Vintage Clothing and Cameras on 7th Aug 2014

Catalogue Description

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

Sale Details

This lot was presented at at our General Sale, Vintage Clothing and Cameras on the 7th Aug 2014

Further Information about the sale:

Our  General Sale of antiques, collectables, vintage clothing and cameras features a diverse assembly of lots. You can view the catalogue online below and then come and view the lots in person if you wish. The sale will start at 10am on 7th August 2014.


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