John Arthur Lomax (1857-1923)

John Arthur Lomax (1857-1923)

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Oil on Panel, 29 x 44cm / 42 x 57cm

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Born in Manchester in 1857, Lomax studied at the Munich Academy in Stuttgart before returning to Manchester and finally to London. His paintings are mainly historical genre subjects with particular interest in the Civil War period, often with dramatic and sentimental quality. He is much noted for his ability to render in great detail individual expression and differences in quality of textures. This is a small and exquisite painting that keeps the viewer entranced with its clever composition, drama and detail. A fine example that great paintings come in all sizes. Lomax exhibited at The Royal Society of British Artists, Birmingham, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Manchester City Art Gallery, The Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters.