Richard Eurich

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Harbour Scene, Penzance (Albert Pier), 1937 circa
Oil on panel
38 x 46 cm
15 x 18 1/8 in
£ 46,000.00

In 1934 Eurich moved to Dibden Purlieu, Hampshire, having begun a series of successful exhibitions at the Redfern Gallery, under the patronage of Sir Edward Marsh and Rex Nan Kivell. The two had introduced Eurich to Christopher Wood, whose work had had a profound effect on the artist. Eurich began to focus on coastal and harbour scenes painted in a bold style with a rich colour palette, rather different to anything he had achieved before, though well-informed by Eurich's childhood holidays spent in Weymouth and on the North Yorkshire coast. More »