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Boats in a Harbour. Gouache on Paper. 33.5 x52 cm. Signed lower left.

A stunning paintig of Port Solent with magnificent white sails.

by Roy Perry (1935-1993), a British artist who is known for his landscape paintings of Southern England. His depictions of golf and cricket being played on a summer’s day, are his most acclaimed works. Born in Liverpool, United Kingdom in 1935, Perry studied at the John Lyon School in Harrow. His landscapes, painted with precise detail in both oil and watercolor, made him well known during his life. The artist was an elected member of the Royal institute of Painters in Watercolors (1979). He exhibited with the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolors, Mall Galleries, at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London, and with the number of art galleries in London and neighboring counties. Perry’s works are in the collections of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, HRH the Prince of Wales, The Rt. Hon. Mrs. Margaret Thatcher, and the Fleet Air Arm Museum in Yeovilton. Perry died in 1993 in Dorset, United Kingdom

"Boats in a Harbour" by Roy Perry (1935-1993)

  • This painting is currently unframed but can be framed on request at additional charge.  The frame shown here is given as an example of possible framing.  Comes with the Leonid Shishkin Gallery certificate confirming its authenticity.

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