Thomas Bond Walker, Rocky coastline
Roacky coastal scene by Northern Irish painter Thomas Bond Walker. Thomas Bond Walker (1861 - 1933) was a northern Irish painter who regularly exhbited with the Belfast Art Society. A widower, he augmented his income as a private tutor. One of his pupils was the young Paul Henry, who later said of Walker that he 'changed the whole course' of his life by introducing him to oil paints.
30.5cm x 45.5cm. OIl on canvas, gold frame, signed lower left