Street Scene In Montmartre By Arthur Delaney (c. 1930 England)

Street Scene In Montmartre By Arthur Delaney
Artists/Makers/Factories

ARTHUR DELANEY (1927-1987)

Medium

Oil on panel

Signed/Inscribed/Dated

A. Delaney

Dimensions

46.00inch wide   23.50inch high (116.84 cm wide  59.69 cm high)

Condition

Excellent

Description / Expertise

Arthur Delaney. British. (1927-1987)
"Street scene in Montmartre"
Oil on panel.
Signed.
23.5" x 46"
Framed
Arthur McEvoy Delaney was an English painter whose scenes of Manchester life were influenced by those of Lowry. He is alleged to have been the illegitimate son of comedian Frank Randle. His mother Genevieve Delaney was a Musical Hall artiste who appeared with her sister.. At 13 he joined a textile design studio in Manchester where he worked for the next 32 years. He married his childhood sweetheart and they had 4 children.
The two great influences of his life were the works of Lowry and the happy memories of his boyhood spent in Manchester in the 1930's. His paintings are true likenesses, not stylized versions.
In April 1974 he held a very successful one man show at the Tib lane Gallery in Manchester, with all his pictures selling within half an hour. He also exhibited at the Royal Academy.

Price

gbp 16000.00 (Pound Sterling)

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