Original JACK R. MOULD painting of Cornish fishing harbour in Impressionistic style. This beautiful painting is of a Cornish fishing harbour painted in the early to mid 20th century. In this painting as many of his, is set on a dark stormy day at low tide as the title suggests. A man preparing his boat ready for the incoming tide in at the foreground and two other people on the beach fisherman or perhaps two people having a stroll set in white sea bleach gritty houses and black mountains. The painting is signed Jack R. Mould on the bottom of the painting and is approximately 39.5cm W X 50cm H in a wood frame with gold highlights and is ready to be hung. Both the painting and the frame are in good vintage condition, light nicks to frame.
39.5 x 50cm
Acrylic on canvas
Jack Mould was born in 1925 in London. He moved to Cornwall when he was 16 years old where he spent most of his time painting. He also made many visits to Scotland where he painted the magnificent scenery he observed. His very distinctive style brought him considerable commercial success and critical acclaim.
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