Oil on board
36 x 42 cm
Private CollectionMore details...
Recto: Signed and dated lower left: R Eurich. '36
Aka: Life-boat House, Coverack; Lifeboat House, Coverack [Christie’s]; Life-boat House, Coberac [Redfern Gallery]
Verso: Inscribed in pencil: 'Life Boat House, Coverack'; Redfern Gallery, 20 Cork Street label saying Life Boat House, Coberac (sic) - Purchaser S. E. Winand Esq., - October 30th, 1936; another label ‘Exhibition arranged by the EMPIRE ART LOANS COLLECTION SOCIETY 3-5 Burlington Gardens W1 (no date)’, title: 'Lifeboat House, Coverack’, owner: Mr. F. M. S. Winand.Cornwall Coverack England The South West animals barns bird's eye view church tower churches cows farm fields landscape sea
There are three paintings, as far as we know, of Coverack in Cornwall.
According to the records Richard painted three pictures set in Coverack, a fishing village in Cornwall:
"Recent Paintings by Richard Eurich" - Redfern Gallery, London
Cat 23; priced at 15 guineas
bought by private collector S.E. Winand from the Redfern show in a combined sale with "The Balcony" and "Whitby, Low Tide" for £36-15-0
itemised in the Redfern Gallery statement of account up to 31 December 1936
"Empire Art Loans Collection Society" - [venues unknown], possibly Australia and New Zealand
Cat 32a; on loan from F.M.S. Winand
"[title unknown]" - Christie’s, London
"[title unknown]" - Christie’s, South Kensington, London
with Austin Desmond
bought by private collector from Austin Desmond
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