`The Hayfield at Evening`
William Hyams (1878-1952)
A tranquil watercolour by William Hyams depicting a haystack in the corner of a field at evening, in the background a farm labourer is still at work. Hyams lived and worked in Brighton so this is most probably a Sussex scene. Dates I would imagine c1910-20. New double mount and swept gilt frame in excellent condition, glazed and ready to hang. Looks very nice on the wall.
William Hyams (1878-1952)
Landscape painter, born in Portsmouth, spent his childhood in Guernsey. Studied at Brighton School of Art and subsequently settled there. Spent some years at sea which gave him the opportunity to paint marine subjects. Exhibited at the RA and the RI, in the provinces and abroad. Represented in Brighton and Hove Art Galleries. Painted many Sussex scenes and was Chairman of Brighton Arts Club in 1947.
His home address is listed as 115 Queen's Park Road, Brighton, Sussex. 

Mediumwatercolour  Conditionexcellent
 Image size 12 x 8 inches   Provenancesigned lower left
 Overall size 22 x 18 inches
Agec.1910 Price£169