London, South Kensington
4 September 2014
Reginald F. Hallward (1858-1948)
A vision of spring
signed with monogram (lower right) and numbered, inscribed and dated 'No 1/Name & address/Reginald Hallward/Woodlands/Shorne/Gravesend/ Title/"A Vision of Spring"' (on the artist's label attached to the stretcher)
oil on canvas
52 x 31 ½ in. (132 x 80 cm.)
with Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1922.
with Christopher Wood, London, 1984.
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Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Laing Art Gallery.
London, New English Art Club, 1894, no. 29.
London, Christopher Wood Gallery, Exhibition of the Works of Reginald Hallward, May 1984.
A painter, illustrator, decorator and designer of stained glass, Hallward studied at the Slade, the Royal College of Art and South Kensington Schools. Influenced by Burne-Jones, he exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society and the Grosvenor Gallery. (See lot 165 for another example by Hallward.)
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