Charles Jones (1836-1892)

Charles Jones (1836-1892) 

Cattle Watering

Oil on canvas, 58.5 x 88.5cm / 86 x 116cm 

£16,500

Charles Jones was a London painter of landscape scenes with sheep, cattle and deer.  He was well known as an animal painter and exhibited between 1860-1891 at the Royal Academy and from 1861 until 1883 at the British Institution, Suffolk Street, New Watercolour Society as well as various other venues. He was a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy, Manchester and around 1890
Charles Jones was well known as an animal painter and affectionately known as ‘Sheep’ Jones due to his skilful and realistic portrayal of sheep.

Jones exhibited between 1860 and 1891 at the Royal Academy and from 1861 until 1883 at the British Institution, Suffolk Street, New Watercolour Society as well as various other venues. He was a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy, Manchester and circa 1890 was awarded a gold medal at the Crystal Palace.