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Joseph Edward Southall

(1861 -  1944 ) Wikipedia® : Joseph Edward Southall
SOUTHALL Joseph Edward Visitors To An Exhibition

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Joseph Edward Southall - Cleaning The Lines

Joseph Edward Southall - Cleaning The Lines

Original 1900
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Lot number: 28
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Joseph Edward Southall, RWS CLEANING THE LINES 1861-1944 signed with monogram and dated 1900 (lower right); also dated VII.1900 (lower left); further signed, titled and inscribed on the backboard watercolour, in original gilt-oakframe designed by the artist 22.5 by 35cm., 9 by 13¾in. Provenance Maxwell Armfield, R.W.S. Alexander Ballard The Fine Art Society, London Mr and Mrs Alan Fortunoff The Fine Art Society,London,2006 Exhibited Birmingham, Art Circle, Summer Exhibition, 1900, no.51; Birmingham, RBSA, Autumn Exhibition, 1901, no.367; Birmingham, RBSA, Spring Exhibition, 1908, no.296; Paris, Galeries George Petit, Joseph Southall, 1910, no.14; London, New English Art Club, Summer Exhibition, 1918, no.180; Birmingham, RBSA, A Birmingham Group, 1919, no.87; Manchester, Joseph Southall, 1922, no.37; London, Leicester Galleries, Joseph Southall, 1926, no.108; Birmingham, Ruskin Galleries, Joseph Southall, 1927, no.18; Birmingham, RBSA, Joseph Southall, 1933, no.67; Dudley, Joseph Southall, 1934, no.32; Possibly West Bromwich, 1937; Birmingham, Joseph Southall Memorial Exhibition, 1945, no. 51 (lent by Maxwell Armfield), with tour to Royal Watercolour Society, London and Bournemouth; London, The Fine Art Society, The Arts and Crafts Movement, 1973, no.P117; Birmingham, City Museum and Art Gallery, Joseph Southall,Artist-Craftsman,1980, no.F.1, (illustrated in exh. cat. p.66); London, The Fine Art Society, Sixty Works by Joseph Southall from the Fortunoff Collection, 2005,no.6 (illustrated in exh. cat., pp.61, 72) Catalogue Note Joseph Edward Southall was the leadingmemberof the Birmingham School of Arts and Crafts, steeped in the tradition of John Ruskin, Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris. The group were an important bridge between the Pre-Raphaelites and the Slade School of artists at the turn of the 20th century. On travelling to Italy early in his career, Southall was deeply inspired by the painters of the Italian Renaissance and thetechnical qualities of tempera painting, which arereflected in theprecise workmanship and crisp lines ofthe present work. On admiring frescoes in Pisa during his Italian travels, Southall described the thrill of encountering them: 'so quiet and yet so gay, so reticent in manner and so lively in essence', attributes which equally resonate in Cleaning the Lines. The setting of the present work is Southwold beach, where Southall executed a series of paintings depicting fisherfolkon the shore, which areconsidered some of the finest of his career and of which this is oneof the earliest and most outstanding, exhibited more widely than any other of his lanscapes. It was owned by Southall's fellow tempera painter Maxwell Armfield.
Joseph Edward Southall - The Rose Bowl

Joseph Edward Southall - The Rose Bowl

Original 1905
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Joseph Edward Southall, R.W.S. (1861-1944) The Rose Bowl signed with monogram and dated '1905' (lower right), further signed with initials, inscribed and dated ' ' (on the reverse) and further signed and inscribed ' .' (on the backboard) tempera on canvas laid down on panel 19 ¾ x 9 7/8 in. (50 x 25 cm.) Southall was one of the most important of the Birmingham Group, the circle of Birmingham artists who came to maturity in the 1880s. Their strong corporate identity was defined by their close association with the Birmingham School of Art, their commitment to the Arts and Crafts, their influence from the Pre-Raphaelites and Burne-Jones, and their preference for tempera as a painting medium. Working so meticulously in tempera, Southall produced a comparatively small number of pictures. This picture was included in an exhibition arranged by the Society of Painters in Tempera, held at the Carfax Gallery in 1905. Following the success of the first Tempera Exhibition held at Leighton House in 1901 the Society had been set up for 'the improvement in the art of Tempera painting by the interchange of the knowledge and experience of its members' (A. Vallance, The Studio, vol. 35, no. 147, 15 June 1905, p. 289). Other Society members included Arthur Gaskin, Spencer Stanhope, Walter Crane, Garstin Harvey and Bernard Sleigh. In his review of the exhibition Aymer Vallance wrote that 'in the work of the Birmingham school of artists, e.g., of Messrs. Southall and Gaskin...there is evident a Pre-Raphaelite richness of beautiful detail in the draperies and other subordinate accessories' (A. Vallance, op. cit., p. 294). These words seem to describe The Rose Bowl, with its strong blues and pinks and the exquisite detailing of the fabrics and the eponymous bowl of fragrant roses. Provenance Armand Point (1860-1932), the artist. Exhibited London, Carfax & Co., Society of Painters in Tempera, June 1905, no. 40 (60 gns). Birmingham, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Autumn Exhibition, 1905, no. 326 (60 gns). Paris, Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, no. 1082, as La tasse rose.
Joseph Edward Southall - Studies Of A Cricketer

Joseph Edward Southall - Studies Of A Cricketer

Original 1975
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Lot number: 614
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Joseph Edward Southall R.W.S., P.R.I.B.A. (1861-1945) - 'Studies of a Cricketer', signed with the artist's monogram and dated 18.VI 1907, also inscribed on an exhibition label verso, pencil drawing, 3.75" x 6.5" *Provenance - The Fine Art Society Ltd, 148 New Bond Street, London, W1 Y 0 JT, June 1975, stock no. 61/11561
Joseph Edward Southall - Haddenham (memory)

Joseph Edward Southall - Haddenham (memory)

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Joseph Edward Southall (Nottingham 1861-1944 Birmingham)
Haddenham (memory)
signed with monogram and dated '1922' (lower right), signed with monogram again, inscribed and dated again 'Haddenham (memory)/XII.1922' (under the mount)
pencil, watercolour and gouache
7 x 10 in. (17.6 x 25.7 cm.)
Joseph Edward Southall - Visitors To An Exhibition

Joseph Edward Southall - Visitors To An Exhibition

Original 1919
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Lot number: 67
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Joseph Edward Southall, R.W.S., R.B.S.A., N.E.A.C.
1861 - 1944
VISITORS TO AN EXHIBITION
signed with monogram and dated 1919 l.l., inscribed beneath the frame: Exhibition by a Birmingham Group. Gaskin, Gere, Payne, Southall and others, June 17 to July 5 from 10 till 6, at Galleries of Royal Society of Artists, New Street
tempera on canvas
55 by 47cm., 21 by 18½in.
Provenance
Peter Nahum, London;
Catalogue Note
The present work is the poster design for an exhibition at the Royal Society of Artists in 1919. It was the second dedicated exhibition to the Birmingham Group of Artist-Craftsmen, of which Southall was a central member, after the Fine Art Society's first show in 1907.
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