BERNARD WALTER EVANS RI, RBA
â˜Barden Tower, Wharfedaleâ
He studied art at the Birmingham School of Art under Samuel Lines, William Wallis and Edward Watson. He moved to London and lived there for many years. He moved to the French Riviera in the late 1890s where he painted some well known views surrounding Cannes. He later moved to Harrogate, Yorkshire where he died in 1922.
He was chosen to represent English art at the Paris Exposition in 1900, and at the St Louis Exposition in 1904. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Institute, Paris Salon, RBA, RCA, RHA, RSA, DOW and in Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester. He is represented at public galleries in Harrogate, Leeds, Lytham St Annes, Rotherham and Melbourne and Sydney, Australia.
15 x 24.5in
NOT ON DISPLAY