Framed and mounted watercolour landscape of Cemaes Bay, a village on the north coast of Anglesey in Wales, with a boat in the distance. Signed by the artist, Joseph Hughes Clayton in the lower left corner.
Joseph Hughes Clayton was born Liverpool, in 1870 and died in 1930. He painted mainly in watercolour and oils. He painted usually coastal and marine scenes, particularly of the North Wales coast, often of Cemaes Bay, Anglesey where he lived. He also often painted the North West of England.
His free lively style with loose brush strokes has made his work very popular.
He exhibited 1891-1929 and was a prominent member of the Royal Cambrian Academy. He also exhibited prolifically at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, where he showed 42 works.
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