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Original/ Repro: Original Style: Impressionist
Subject: Landscape/ Cityscape Date of Creation: Pre-1900
Medium: Oil

Richard Taylor Fine Arts

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DESCRIPTION. An original oil on panel by Joseph Murra Ince  who was a pupil of David Cox and became a highyl respected landscape artist of his day. This beautiful sunset  scene of a lake around Dolgelly in Waes was painted  in 1838 and depicts fishermen on the bank of a lake.  There is a boat on the lake and a shepherd and dog chase the  flock along the path. With lovely colouingfrom the sky and mountains it is a very detaiked painting 

Signed right and dated 1838

Provenance - -   Old auction house stencils verso.           

Oil on panel. Image size36cm by 28cm in excellent condition

FRAME.  Housed in a fine original early Victorian gallery frame which compliments the picture 50cm by 44cm In fine condition and ready to hang. 

BIOGRAPHY. A pupil of David Cox during his time in Hereford, Joseph Murray Ince became a painter in oil and  watercolour and produced native landscapes andcoastal scenes, as well as views of towns both Britishand Continental. Though Ince was long considered to  be of Welsh birth, recent researches confirm that both his birth and his out look were more cosmopolitan J.oseph Murray Ince was born in London in April 1806 and christened Josef-Marie Ince. His father was Dr Henry Robert Ince, who came
from a family of skilled craftsmen, though he trained as a doctor and
worked as a military surgeon; while his mother was Anne-Elisabeth,
daughter of Comte le Jeune, an émigré from Revolutionary Paris. At
the time of his birth, the family was living at Upper Grafton Street.
Soon after Ince was born, his father was invited by an old friend to set
up as a general practitioner in Presteign, Radnorshire, Wales. The
family rented Roseland, Broad Street, and Ince attended John Beddoes
Free Grammar School. During his childhood, he befriended John
Scarlett Davis of Leominster who, like him, shared his passions for
fishing and painting and would develop as an artist. Ince studied under D
avid Cox in Hereford from December 1823 until early 1826 – and his watercolours of the 1830s and 1840s show his
teacher’s influence. In 1826, Ince moved to London and lived at 31 King’s Street, off the
Edgware Road, possibly lodging with his uncle, Charles Ince, a former
cabinet-maker. Almost immediately, he became an occasional
exhibitor at the Royal Academy of Arts (1826-47) and the British
Institution, and a frequent exhibitor at the Society of British Artists
(showing 138 works in its Suffolk Street galleries between 1826 and
1858). Early exhibits included south-coast seascapes (from 1828) and
views of Stockholm (from 1829), as well as scenes of Herefordshire
and Radnorshire, suggesting that he had opportunities to travel.
Ince decided to build on some good sales and a developing reputation
by publishing a set of seven lithographs, which appeared in 1832 as
Views Illustrating the County of Radnor. The original paintings on which
these were based appeared among his exhibits at the Society of British
Artists in 1833. On 12 June 1834, Ince married Sarah Phillips (the daughter of a
Presteign painter and decorator) at St Mary’s Church, Marylebone,
the parish in which he was residing. They celebrated their marriage
with a honeymoon-cum-sketching trip that seems to have taken in
Devon, Bristol, Oxford and Cambridge, as well as a visit home to
Presteign. When Sarah became pregnant in the autumn, they travelled
back to Presteign but, unfortunately, both she and their premature son
died the following summer. From that time, and for more than a decade, Ince shared his time
between London and Presteign, while travelling widely. His London
addresses were 48 George Street, near Portman Square – until 1841 –
and then 9 George Street. He visited Oxford (1836), Wales (1839-40),
possibly Holland and Germany (1839-40) and certainly Cambridge
The Cambridge Portfolio, edited by the Reverend J J Smith,
and published in parts between 1838 and 1840, included illustrations
by Ince, probably based on drawings he had made during his first visit
to the town. On the death of his father in 1849, Ince became executor of his estate,
and organised the sale of the contents of Roseland (including a number
of significant paintings by John Crome and other artists). He also
became legal guardian of his young half-brother, Edward Ince Young.
On leaving Presteign, Ince seems to have travelled in Italy and Spain
(again suggested by exhibited paintings). He then took up residence at
12 King’s Parade, Cambridge, while retaining an address in London.
He would die at his London home on 24 September 1859.
His work is represented in numerous public collections including
the British Museum and the V&A; and The Fitzwilliam Museum

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