DANIEL SHERRIN (1868-1940)

DANIEL SHERRIN (1868-1940)

Code: 2358


W: 58cm (22.8")H: 46cm (18.1")

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Daniel Sherrin (English, 1868-1940)

'' Beach Landscape ''

Watercolour & gouache on paper

23 x 18 in (58 x 46 cm) framed approx

15 x 10 in (38 x 25 cm) picture approx

A beautiful and large example of a watercolour & gouache coastal beach landscape by the popular English artist Daniel Sherrin. Signed lower right, framed and glazed. Excellent condition

Artist information:

Daniel Sherrin was an English painter best known for his depictions of landscapes, maritime scenes, and the countryside of Norfolk and Suffolk. His work is highly detailed, describing objects such as ships and cattle accurately while maintaining a sense of light and atmosphere.

Born in 1868 in Brentwood, England, Sherrin first studied painting and drawing with his father, the artist John Sherrin. The younger Sherrin went on to notably produce a commissioned work for King George V, painting his country estate Sandringham House—a work that still hangs in Buckingham Palace to this day.

During the First World War, the artist helped design recruitment posters - his efforts are now housed in the archives of the Imperial War museum. Sherrin’s work can be found in many British museum collections, including the Bury Art Museum and the Williamson Art Gallery & Museum in Claughton. He died in 1940 in England.

Museum & Gallery holdings:

Bolton Museum and Art Gallery, Bolton
Bury Art Museum, Bury
Canterbury City Council Museums and Art Galleries, Canterbury
Ferens Art Gallery
Haworth Art Gallery, Hull
Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne
Margate Old Town Local History Museum, Margate
Milntown Estate and Gardens, Isle of Man
Museums Sheffield, Sheffield
Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery, Nuneaton
Salford Museum and Art Gallery, Salford
Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, Warrington
Williamson Art Gallery and Museum, Birkenhead