Robert Bevan

The Well at Mydlow, Poland

The Well at Mydlow, Poland by Robert Bevan

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Like Charles F Goldie, Robert Bevan studied in Paris at the Académie Julian in the early 1890s, before travelling to Brittany where he worked with the Pont-Aven group. Renoir encouraged him to return again in 1893-94, when he met and was influenced by Gauguin. On returning to work in England in the new century, he continued to use a divisionist or pointillist style in his paintings, producing colour effects which are similar to those of Signac. (Impressions of a Time and Place, 2002)

Title
The Well at Mydlow, Poland
Artist/creator
Production date
1909
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
603 x 80 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1961
Accession no
1961/9
Copyright
No known copyright restrictions
Department
International Art
Display status
Not on display

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