Lot 167
Claude Cardon (English, 1864-1937), Antics in the Barn
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Watercolor on paper, signed at lower left, presented under glass in a period carved gilt wood frame.

Frame dimensions 19 1/2 x 24 in.

Newhouse Galleries, Saint Louis, Missouri

Claude Cardon was the pseudonym for Claude Lorraine Clark. He debuted the Cardon surname in 1892 when he was first selected to exhibit at the Royal Academy. Best known for his idyllic scenes of rural life, Cardon exhibited extensively throughout his life at the Royal Academy, Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery, the Manchester City Art Gallery, and with the Royal Society of British Artists at Suffolk Street in London.

Minor chipping and cracking to frame; not examined out of the frame.