Oil Painting by Henry John Lintott

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An early 20th century oil painted portrait on canvas by Henry John Lintott.

The portrait is pencil signed on the back of the pine stretcher 'Yellow & Grey H J Lintott RSA' and has a paper label "Bristol 1932 Dicksee & Co" which is probably a label for transport or storage.

Henry John Lintott (1877 - 1965) was born in Brighton, he studied at Brighton, South Kensington, Paris and Italy. He is associated with the Scottish School as he was appointed to the staff of Edinburgh College of Art in 1902 and became an important member of staff during the years of great development and creativity (Ref: 'The Dictionary of Scottish Painters' by Paul Harris & Julian Halsby).

The portrait is of a lady in a fur or wool jacket standing in the midst of trees with some white cliffs in the background, possibly the cliffs at Dover.

The painting is unframed and in need of attention and is sold 'as is'. (Circa 1930)

Height 105cm (41.3 inches)
Width 79cm (31 inches)