HENRY ALBERT PAYNE RWS (1868-1940)
Driving the Cattle Home - Welsh Landscape

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Driving the Cattle Home - Welsh Landscape
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HENRY ALBERT PAYNE RWS (1868-1940)
Driving the Cattle Home - Welsh Landscape

1921 United Kingdom
Offered by Newman Fine Art
£1,650.00
Signed/InscribedSigned, dated 1921 Height12.75 inch
32.38 cm
Width20.25 inch
51.43 cm
Henry Albert Payne RWS (1868 – 4 July 1940) was an English stained glass artist, watercolourist and painter of frescoes.

Payne was one of the Birmingham Group of Artist-Craftsmen who formed around Joseph Southall and the Birmingham School of Art in the late nineteenth century. He was involved in several of the group's collective projects, most notably the decoration of the chapel at Madresfield Court, which numbers among the seminal achievements of the Arts and Crafts movement.

In 1899 Payne was appointed to the Birmingham School of Art staff as a teacher of drawing and painting; later in 1909 Payne and his family moved to Amberley in Gloucestershire, one of several significant Arts and Crafts figures to move to the Cotswolds.

Exhibtions

Stroud Festival Exhibition, August 1979

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