Adur Valley watercolour goes under the hammer

Robert Thorne Waite's watercolour The Adur Valley is estimated to reach �1,000 to �1,500 at auction
Robert Thorne Waite's watercolour The Adur Valley is estimated to reach �1,000 to �1,500 at auction
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This watercolour depicting the Adur Valley is up for auction.

Robert Thorne Waite was a British artist who died in 1935. His painting, called The Adur Valley, shows Shoreham at the mouth of the river, with a haymaking scene, a man and dog in the foreground.

The areas previously known as Old Shoreham and New Shoreham are in the distance, with Brighton in the far distance.

The watercolour, measuring 22in x 32in, is signed and is estimated at £1,000 to £1,500.

It is one of two paintings by the same artist in the fine painting auction at John Nicholson’s Auctioneers, Fernhurst, on March 1.

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