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The White House, New Abbey by Edward Arthur Walton

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The White House, New Abbey

Artist: Edward Arthur Walton
Title: The White House, New Abbey
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

79.2 x 63.2 cm

Unable, during the First World War, to spend his summers at the Old Vicarage at Wenhaston in Suffolk, E A Walton, as had many other of the Glasgow Boys discovered Galloway, working first at New Abbey and later at New Galloway and finally Gatehouse of Fleet.  While Walton did paint the Abbey, as in the fine work Sweetheart Abbey in the collection of Perth Museum and Art Gallery, he also drew inspiration, as in this picture, from the old houses in the village.


Gallery: Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum
Location: New Abbey


All Art Works by this Artist

The White House, New Abbey

The Smithy at the Cross Roads

The Ford, New Abbey

Sweetheart Abbey

New Galloway from the Mill Burn

The Horse Pool , New Abbey

The Gates of Galloway

The Amber Pool

A Gate by a Farm, Galloway

Thornhill, Dumfries

About the Artist

Artist: Edward Arthur Walton
Date of Birth: 1860
Date of Death: 1922
Place of Death: Edinburgh
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Visited Galloway in First World War. New Abbey, New Galloway, 1920, Gatehouse of Fleet, 1921.


Education:
Glasgow School of Art


Professional Bodies:
NEAC, 1887;RP,1897; ARSA, 1889; RSA, 1905; RSW, 1885, President RSW 1915


Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Aberdeen Artists' Society


Mentors:


Associates:
With Crawhall and Guthrie, the first members of the Glasgow School; friend and neighbour of Whistler in London


Bibliography:

Bourne Fine Art, E A Walton (exhibition catalogue, Edinburgh, 1981). Edward Arthur Walton, Fiona MacSporran, Glasgow, 1987. Kirkcudbright: one hundred years of an artists' colony, Patrick Bourne, Atelier Books, Edinburgh, 2000. A History of Scottish Art, Bill Smith and Selina Skipwith, Merrell, London, 2003. Five Centuries of Scottish Painting, Atelier Books, Edinburgh, 2006

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Image.  Photograph of the artist by T and R Annan, Glasgow.  For more information visit the web site www.annangallery.co.uk


Notes:
Friend and neighbour of Whistler in London. The Waltons and Newberys spent summer holidays in Suffolk. President of RSW, 1915 "Walton, like Guthrie, was much in demand as a portrait painter but he was a landscape painter by inclination." Smith and Skipwith p105 (see bibliography). His A Gate by a Farm, Galloway is illustrated in Bourne p 8 (see bibliography). The Bourne Fine Art exhibition  (see bibliography) included A River in Galloway, The River Dee, Galloway, The Clock Tower, also known as a Dull Day and another of The Clock Tower.  The latter works were of the clock tower at Gatehouse of Fleet