On the Banks of the Nile, Augustus Osborne Lamplough

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Robert Jobling (1841-1923)

Until he was sixteen he worked as a glass-maker, but spent his free time sketching & attending Cosens-Way's evening classes. Thereafter he was a foreman painter in a shipyard, only devoting himself entirely to art in 1899.

His subjects are mostly river & coastal scenes.

He occasionally exhibited at the Royal Academy & in 1910 was elected President of the Bewick Club.

His Wife Isa & their son Joseph were also painters.

Hauling up the Boats

Hauling up the Boats

Oil on canvas

11½" x 15½"

£5,000

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