Walter Tyndale Wanted for Purchase or Consignment

(1855 - 1943)

Walter F. R. Tyndale, RI RBI (1855-1943) was a painter of architectural subjects, topographical landscapes, portraits, and genre. Born in Bruges, he came to London when he was sixteen and later studied in Antwerp and Paris. He first worked in oil, painting portraits and genre subjects. Indeed he was best known as a portrait painter until the 1890s. It was at about this time that he moved to Haslemere, Surrey, and under the influence of Claude Hayes and Helen Allingham took up watercolour painting and never painted in oils again. He travelled extensively in Morocco, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Italy and Japan, and later lived in Venice. He exhibited widely and illustrated a number of topographical books.

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Untitled Landscape
Marian Dale Scott
oil on panel (13.5x11 in) 1932
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The Cove
Emily Carr
oil (24x34.625 in) 1932
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Covered Bridge #3
Maud Lewis
Oil on Board (12.5x13.8 in) circa 1964
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Horses Plowing
Maud Lewis
oil on panel (11.5x11.5 in) 1962
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Herd of Buffalo Watering
Frederick Arthur Verner
Watercolour (11.75x25 in) 1883
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Spoiling the Snow Carving
William Kurelek
Oil on Panel (10x10 in) 1960
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Near Britt
Alfred Joseph Casson
oil on board (12x15 in) 1959
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St Pierre, Mont Avagny
Alexander Young Jackson
oil on panel (8.5x10.5 in) 1942
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Baie St. Paul
Edwin Holgate
oil on panel (11x16 in) 1927
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Black Cat, Two Kittens
Maud Lewis
Oil on Board (12.25x13.5 in) 1965
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