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Lot 64
Robert Egginton
Estimate: €600 - €800
Price Realised: €900
Robert Egginton, b.1943 Read Artist Bio

Robert Egginton, b.1943

Born in 1943, into an artistic family, Robert Egginton is the nephew of Frank Egginton (1908–1990) and the grandson of Wycliffe Egginton, R.I. (1875-1951). Robert’s artistic lineage has stood him well and he has developed his own distinctive style. A superb watercolourist, strong on composition and technique, his depiction of the Irish landscape is vivid and robust, bridging the traditional and the contemporary.
Watercolour 14"x19.75" (35.5x50cm) Signed Estimate: €600 - €800
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