Campbell Archibald Mellon (1876-1955)

The River Wye

Modern British

Medium: Oil on board

Measurements: W 29cm x H 21.5cm

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Title: The River Wye by Campbell Archibald Mellon

Signed: C A Mellon

Date created: Circa 1930

Dimensions: Please note the dimensions of this work when framed are approximately 42cm x 34cm

Provenance: Private collection Herefordshire

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Campbell Archibald Mellon (1876-1955)

Painter in oil, especially of East Anglian coastal scenes and landscapes. Having studied painting privately with Carl Brennir in Nottingham, Mellon went on to settle in Gorleston-on-sea, Norfolk at the end of World War I, where he had tuition from Arnesby Brown. Mellon became known for his small and enchanting, yet uncomplicated paintings of the Norfolk landscape and seaside scenes. His artwork is held in public collections and art galleries in Bristol, Yarmouth and elsewhere. Mellon exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Fine Art Society, was also a member of the Royal Society of British Artists and the Royal Institute of Painters.

No previously sold works for this artist

  • Norfolk Landscape

  • Ferry crossing at Symonds Yat