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Leghe Suthers (1856-1924), VILLAGE LANE WITH VEGETABLE
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LEGHE SUTHERS (1856-1924), BRITISH
VILLAGE LANE WITH VEGETABLE MERCHANT

Oil on canvas; signed lower left

18 ins x 10 ins; 45.7 cms x 25.4 cms

Provenance:
Private Collection, Toronto

Note:
Born in Oldham, Suthers lived for many years in Newlyn, Cornwall, where much of his work remains in private collections. Little is known about the artist but a mention of him in a letter from Stanhope Forbes to his mother in 1884 places him in Newlyn by 1883. It is thought that he had probably stopped painting in Newlyn by 1900.

He was not an official member of The Newlyn School, an art colony of artists based in or near Newlyn, from the 1880s until the early twentieth century. It is thought that he had probably stopped painting in Newlyn by 1900 and had settled along with Frederick Hall in Porlock, Somerset, the two being friends and of a similar academic and artistic persuasion.


Estimate: $1,200—1,800
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Leghe Suthers (1856-1924), VILLAGE LANE WITH VEGETABLE

Estimate CA$1,200 - CA$1,800
Feb 18, 2021
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Starting Price CA$600
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0423: Leghe Suthers (1856-1924), VILLAGE LANE WITH VEGETABLE

Est. CA$1,200 - CA$1,800Starting Price CA$600
Decorative Arts, British and Continental Art
Feb 18, 2021 2:00 PM EST
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Lot 0423 Details

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LEGHE SUTHERS (1856-1924), BRITISH
VILLAGE LANE WITH VEGETABLE MERCHANT

Oil on canvas; signed lower left

18 ins x 10 ins; 45.7 cms x 25.4 cms

Provenance:
Private Collection, Toronto

Note:
Born in Oldham, Suthers lived for many years in Newlyn, Cornwall, where much of his work remains in private collections. Little is known about the artist but a mention of him in a letter from Stanhope Forbes to his mother in 1884 places him in Newlyn by 1883. It is thought that he had probably stopped painting in Newlyn by 1900.

He was not an official member of The Newlyn School, an art colony of artists based in or near Newlyn, from the 1880s until the early twentieth century. It is thought that he had probably stopped painting in Newlyn by 1900 and had settled along with Frederick Hall in Porlock, Somerset, the two being friends and of a similar academic and artistic persuasion.


Estimate: $1,200—1,800

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