Artwork by Paul Barnard Earle,  Country Lane with Farmhouse

Paul Earle
Country Lane with Farmhouse

oil on canvas
signed lower right
25.35 x 30 ins ( 64.4 x 76.2 cms )

Auction Estimate: $900.00$700.00 - $900.00

Price Realized $600.00
Sale date: October 26th 2021

Private Collection, Florida

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Paul Barnard Earle
(1872 - 1955)

Born in Montreal, Quebec, he studied under Edmond Dyonnet, William Brymner and Maurice Cullen at the Monument National, Montreal. He travelled in Italy and France but few other details have been printed about this artist. It is indicated that he was an associate of the Royal Canadian Academy although no mention is made of him in their catalogues. William Colgate listed him among the notable students of William Brymner. The National Gallery of Canada has a canvas by him entitled “The First Snow” and signed Paul B. Earle/1916. This canvas was exhibited in the Montreal Spring Exhibition in 1917.

Sources: "A Dictionary of Canadian Artists, Volume I: A-F", compiled by Colin S. MacDonald, Canadian Paperbacks Publishing Ltd, Ottawa, 1977