The prevailing style of Mander’s painting is innovative; and his pictures, seen in isolation, are always impressive. Their effect is achieved by expressing mood through colour, usually of a rich palette, with an almost mystical feel of movement.
Between 1881 and 1914 he exhibited regularly at the R.B.S.A. one hundred and twenty two works in all, landscapes, rural scenes and river scenes. Titles included Scene near Trefriw, North Wales (1898) and Stepping Stones in the Conway (1899).
Mander also exhibited seven works at the Royal Cambrian Academy and fourteen at the Royal Hibernian Academy.
Works by this artist…
A Tributary of the Lledr( ref : 8540 )
The Slopes of Moet Siabod( ref : 10165 )
On the Arran near Dolgelly( ref : 9937 )