Edward Henry Holder

Edward Henry Holder "Happy Days" oil painting

Code: 11207


H: 10" (25.4 cm)W: 16" (40.6 cm)


Edward Henry Holder (1847-1922) was born in Scarborough and exhibited his work from 1864 to 1893 at Suffolk Street and at the Royal Academy in 1872 and 1873. He was primarily a landscape painter and later lived in London and Reigate. He travelled in Europe and also South Africa. In 1917 he exhibited a view of Victoria Falls on the Zambezi at the Royal Academy. His paintings are with the Russell-Cotes Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter City Council, Usher Gallery Lincoln, Victoria and Albert Museum, Astley Cheetham Art Gallery, Sunderland Museum and Art Gallery and York City Art Gallery.

"Happy Days" is a very good example of his work. Measuring 10"x 16" it is framed giving an overall size of 15"x 21". It is signed lower left and is inscribed with the title "Happy Days"on the back.