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This is a reproduction of Henry Scott Tuke’s painting, “Boy Rrowing Out From a Rocky Shore” of about 1894. A reproduction of a work by Henry Scott Tuke, “Boy Rowing Out From a Rocky Shore” of 1889. The artist was a native of Cornwall who died in 1929 at the age of seventy-one years. His twin abiding loves were the sea and boys. This caused quite a stir in Victorian and Edwardian England, but he was nonetheless a member of the Royal Academy. Technically, Tuke favored rough, visible brushstrokes, at a time when a smooth, polished finish was favoured by fashionable painters and critics. He had a strong sense of colour and excelled in the depiction of natural light, particularly the soft, fragile sunlight of the English summer. Had his choice of subject matter been more orthodox, Tuke might have become a major name in British painting: as it was he remained a niche painter. This work is a fine example of Tuke’s wonderful work. The original painting is on display in the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro, England and measures 14 by 38 centimeters. This masterpiece has been reproduced on an oil on canvas painting measuring 20 x 7.25 and is mounted on wooden bars. It is in possession of the artist.
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November 27th, 2018
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