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George Stanfield Walters RSA, RA.RSW.
1838 - 1924

George Walters - George Stanfield Walters was born in 1838 and died in 1924.
A marine and coastal painter. He was grandson to ship portraitist Miles Walters,
and son and pupil of Samuel Walters, who had served in the navy and was a marine
painter living in Liverpool and Bootle. G.S. Walters moved to London in about 1864,
was elected to the Society of British Artists in 1897. He was a prolific exhibitor, and
he painted on the Channel coasts as well as landscapes in the Lake District, the Thames
and Wales and scenes on the Venetian Lagoon. His work is sometimes on a very large
scale and he has a penchant for pinks, russets and sunsets. He has exhibited at The
Royal Society of British Artists -Birmingham, Dudley Gallery and New Dudley Gallery,
Grosvenor Gallery, Walker Gallery - Liverpool, Manchester City Gallery, Royal Academy
Royal British Academy, Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, Royal Institute of Oil Painters,
Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour and Arthur Tooth & Sons Gallery.

Coming into harbour by George Stanfield Walters

Coming into harbour (c1900)

Oil on board

12cm x 14.5cm (4.7" x 5.7")

Off Dover by George Stanfield Walters

Off Dover (c1890)

Watercolour with bodycolour

31cm x 48cm (12.2" x 18.9")


Fishing boats off the coast by George Stanfield Walters

Fishing boats off the coast (c1900)

Watercolour with bodycolour

17cm x 24cm (6.7" x 9.4")

185.00 GBP


Frame size 40 x 45 cm

End of the day, Evening Sun. by George Stanfield Walters

End of the day, Evening Sun. (c1890)


18cm x 28cm (7.1" x 11.0")



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