Watson’s soft palette, careful execution and restful compositions are what we have come to expect from his much sought after landscapes. Although few in numbers, Watson’s work is highly respected amongst collectors worldwide.
The artist exhibited between 1910 and 1937 at the Royal Cambrian Society where he exhibited no less than 32 paintings. He also exhibited at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.
Watson is known to have lived at St. Leonards-on-Sea in 1910, Hastings in 1912 and Bettws-y-coed, Wales in 1923.
Works by this artist…
Sheep Grazing in Lush Pastures( ref : 11394 )
On the Lledr, North Wales( ref : 9485 )
On the Kennet, near Reading, Berkshire( ref : 10653 )
Near Hampstead( ref : 10654 )