Sheep Dipping

Harry Becker 1865 – 1928

Harry Becker was an English painter, draughtsman and printmaker from East Anglia Becker was born in Colchester, Essex in 1865.  He studied at the Antwerp Academy in Belgium, and in the atelier of Carolus-Duran in Paris. He first went to London in 1913. He then moved to Wenhaston and Darsham. He illustrated Adrian Bell's Suffolk trilogy (Cordoroy, Silver Ley, and The Cherry Tree)     (please click on an image for more information) Back to Pictures for sale

Edgar Bundy 1862 – 1922

  Edgar Bundy was born in Brighton in 1862. A painter with no formal training but with some guidance from artist Alfred Stevens. He specialised in historical paintings, very detailed, quite often telling a story. He exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1915 and the Paris Salon in 1907. In the Tate Gallery is his Royal Academy painting of 1905… Continue reading Edgar Bundy 1862 – 1922

At the End of the Day

George Soper 1870- 1942

A British etcher and painter of the 1920's era, George Soper is widely known for his rural and farming scenes and working horses. Soper first studied art at Ramsgate and spent the early part of his career as an illustrator. He began studying etching under Sir Frank short in 1905.  Soper's etchings are considered to… Continue reading George Soper 1870- 1942