Romilly Fedden "Concarneau" 1911 drawing



An important drawing by Romilly Fedden (1875-1939) "Concarneau" signed and dated 1911 depicting a religious procession along the quay outside the walls of the fortified Breton town.
34 cm x 44 cm in quality black and gilt frame.
Arthur Romilly Fedden (1875–1939) was an English artist and watercolourist.[1] The son of businessman Henry Fedden. Romilly studied under Hubert von Herkomer at Bushey, at the Académie Julian in Paris, and finally in Spain. He lived and worked in France, in Chantemesle near Vetheuil on the Seine. He was married to Katharine Waldo Douglas, an American writer their son Robin Fedden was also a writer.
Romilly Fedden wrote two books: Modern Water Colour (1918) and Golden Days from the Fishing Log of a Painter in Brittany (1919). He also illustrated a book written by his wife on the Basque country.
He died from injuries sustained in the crash of the Sud Express in March 1939. His wife, who was also injured, died soon after him.
Free delivery within U.K. overseas at cost
Date1910s : 1911 ArtistRomilly Fedden Codeas896a050 / 10064 Price £385.00     450.14     $490.99    The price has been listed in British Pounds.
Conversion rates as of 16/AUG/2023.
Euro & Dollar prices will vary and should only be used as a guide.
Always confirm final price with dealer.
StatusFor Sale SellerSuffolk Gallery Telephone01379 586134 or 07906 716158Non UK callers :+44 1379 586134 or +44 7906


Send Suffolk Gallery a message about this item here

For information on how we deal with your data please see our Privacy policy.