William Sydney Causer (1876 – 1958)

Queen’s College, Oxford



38 x 53 cm

A most agreeable depiction of Queen’s College on the High. The college’s Headington Stone is made golden by the sun.

William Sidney Causer was a landscape artist known coastal and his urban scenes. He studied at the Wolverhampton School of Art and exhibited at the Royal Academy for the first time in 1923, and later the Paris Salon. Causer painted several pictures in Spain before the Civil War there, and also painted landscapes in France and Italy as well as the English South Coast.

Condition: generally very good.

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