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Ravenshall by William Cotton Faed

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Ravenshall

Artist: William Cotton Faed
Title: Ravenshall
Date: 1876
Medium: Watercolour
Description:

6.75 by 8.75 inches

 

By kind permission of Bourne Fine Art.


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Creetown


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Ravenshall

Queen Mary's Bridge, Minnigaff

About the Artist

Artist: William Cotton Faed
Date of Birth: 1858
Date of Death: 1937
Place of Death: Jersey
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Exhibited At:
RA, RSA, GI, AAS


Mentors:
Son of James Faed, Senior


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William Cotton Faed painted and exhibited in Scotland as a young man but he left for Australia, where he married.  He returned to the UK, however, settling in Dulwich before moving permanently to the Channel Islands.

 

William Cotton Faed's third son, Frank, inherited the family's artistic talent and was a talented watercolourist and dry-point etcher but sadly died at the age of 44, struck down by the 1949 polio epidemic.

 

Image, three generations of the Faed family taken in 1898.  James Faed senior, standing, his son William Cotton Faed, seated and with him his young son Gordon. 

 

Photograph courtesy of the artist's family.

 

 


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