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Henry Clarence Whaite RCA,RA
1828 - 1912

Henry Clarence Whaite (1828-1912) was born in Manchester. His father, Henry, opened a gallery and picture framing
business in the town and it was from there, that Clarence learned to paint. He went on to attend Manchester School of Art.
In about 1851 he went to Wales to paint and quickly realised that there were about 10 artists in Betws-y-Coed, David Cox
being one of them, who encouraged him greatly.
He exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Royal Cambrian Academy.

Beddgelert by Henry Clarence Whaite

Beddgelert (c1880)

Watercolour with bodycolour

35.5cm x 52.5cm (14.0" x 20.7")

395.00 GBP

Signed

Framed size 61 x 74 cm, The figures are stood at Gelerts grave

Beddgelert by Henry Clarence Whaite

Beddgelert (c1880)

Watercolour with bodycolour

35.5cm x 52.5cm (14.0" x 20.7")

395.00 GBP

Signed

Framed size 61 x 74 cm, The figures are stood at Gelert’s grave

Beddgelert by Henry Clarence Whaite

Beddgelert (c1880)

Watercolour with bodycolour

35.5cm x 52.5cm (14.0" x 20.7")

395.00 GBP

Signed

Detail, Framed size 61 x 74 cm

Beddgelert by Henry Clarence Whaite

Beddgelert (c1880)

Watercolour with bodycolour

35.5cm x 52.5cm (14.0" x 20.7")

395.00 GBP

Signed

Detail, Framed size 61 x 74 cm

The Sand Hills, Deganwy, N Wales by Henry Clarence Whaite

The Sand Hills, Deganwy, N Wales (c1880)

Watercolour

16cm x 23cm (6.3" x 9.1")

225.00 GBP

Titled and inscribed on verso

The Sand Hills, Deganwy, N Wales by Henry Clarence Whaite

The Sand Hills, Deganwy, N Wales (c1880)

Watercolour

16cm x 23cm (6.3" x 9.1")

225.00 GBP

Inscription.

Snowdon from near Porthmadog by Henry Clarence Whaite

Snowdon from near Porthmadog (c1870)

Watercolour with bodycolour

24.5cm x 37cm (9.6" x 14.6")

Signed

SOLD
The Harvesters by Henry Clarence Whaite

The Harvesters (1860)

Oil on canvas

20.2cm x 25.4cm (8.0" x 10.0")

Signed & dated

Stock No. 425

SOLD

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