Interior at the artist's house Montrieul-sur-Mer
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Description:Gore spent some months in 1898 studying art under Henry Tonks at the Slade School before a stint abroad, working as a ship's surgeon. He returned to London and the Slade, studying there from 1900-1904 and befriending Sir William Orpen and Augustus John, sharing a studio with the latter. In 1905 he exhibited with the RHA, contributing over a hundred works to their annual shows until 1939. In 1916 he was elected an Associate member of the RHA and in 1918 he was made a full member. His works were mainly interiors and still-lives in oils.
Dimensions/Extent:35 x 26.6 cm
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Style:realism (form of expression)