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Buckingham Palace by Hugh Boycott-Brown

Foreign Affair International

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Buckingham Palace by Hugh Boycott-Brown
Buckingham Palace by Hugh Boycott-Brown
Buckingham Palace by Hugh Boycott-Brown
Buckingham Palace by Hugh Boycott-Brown

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Vintage; 1960s
Country of Origin:
oil on board/wood frame
18" L x 3" W x 22" H

Why We Love This

Hugh Boycott-Brown was born in 1909 in England. He learned to paint from his father, the water colourist Allan Robert Brown, who was the art master at the Royal Masonic School. Brown exhibited at various major London galleries, including the Royal Academy, Royal Society of British Artists, and the Royal Institute of Painters in Oils. This impressionist view of Buckingham Palace from St. James Park has a superb gallery folliate frame and liner. Signed lower right and dated 1955.
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About Foreign Affair International

Foreign Affair has been a fine art and print dealer for generations. As a family business we strive to offer fine art, prints and maps that represent investment vehicles with aesthetic worth. We travel frequently in search of these items and pride ourselves in only offering the best. All our items are guaranteed to be as portrayed. Foreign Affair, your avenue to fine art and investment opportunities, is pleased to partner with One Kings Lane.

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