Curling by Charles Martin Hardie - Framed canvas, 24" x 36"

$149.00 USD

Charles Martin Hardie (16 March 1858 – 3 September 1916) was a Scottish artist and portrait painter.

In 1901, he portrayed a lively crowd gathered on a frozen loch for a day of curling. Nearly everyone seems to have a corn broom in hand, and the foreground basket beckons the viewer to join in broomstacking after the last end.

Throughout his career he specialized in portraits of Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott in imaginary historical scenes and in paintings of Scottish country life which frequently have a strong narrative theme. Working in oils and watercolor, Hardie painted portraits, landscapes and genre and historical scenes.

At least eight of his artworks are in the collection of the National Galleries of Scotland.

This high-quality pine tree framed canvas comes with rubber pads on the back corners and wall mount that makes hanging the artwork hassle-free. What’s more, the frame gives the canvas a cool floating effect!
• Pine tree frame
• Frame thickness: 1.25″ (3.18 cm)
• Canvas fabric weight: 10.15 +/- 0.74 oz/yd² (344 g/m² +/- 25g/m²)
• Open back
• Comes with rubber pads on the back corners
• Hanging hardware attached
• Blank product sourced from the US

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