A Bit of Brit: Montague Dawson, pt. 1

by Matthew Innis |

In most sales of 19th century British or European art, auction-goers are likely to encounter the beautiful maritime paintings of Montague Dawson, but despite his subject matter and the manner of his paint-handling, Dawson was actually a 20th century artist who created the larger part of his body of work after the second World War.

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