Albert Foweraker: Córdoba Moonlight

Blizzard pieces for a puzzle consisting of thousands of them. New artists, new travelers, sincere love of this land in eternal decay. Much more than simple step giddy tourists, children of postindustrial consumer society. True pioneers. Today, in our section on the gallery of illustrious travelers Tavern, Albert Moulton Foweraker, Painter Moonlights.

, only son of the Rev. Edmund Foweraker Thomas y de Emma Susana, was born 7 July 1873 en Exeter, English town of Devon County. It was in this city where he spent his early life and received his early training in his cathedral school, main temple in which his father won several charges. After passing the Cavendish College Cambridge scored in 1893 a Bachelor of Applied Science at Christ's College which gave the title of engineer.

Albert Foweraker, Moonlight, Cordoba.
Albert Foweraker, Moonlight, Cordoba.

It was not until 1898, year in which held its first exhibition, when Albert began his professional career, being elected to the Royal Society of British Artists in 1902.

In that same year he moved to Exeter, su ciudad natal, a Lelant, county of Cornwall, since starting his frequent trips to Spain, especially in Andalusia, South of France and North Africa not stopped visiting until the decade of the twenties. Antequera, Round, Seville, Malaga, Granada… Córdoba and a lot of the warm corners of Andalusia were privileged scene of his large work.

Albert Foweraker, Cordoba in moonlight.
Albert Foweraker, Cordoba in moonlight.

As with many of his contemporaries, production is basically landscape character. Fascinated by the effects of light on the landscape, They are particularly celebrated their Moonlight, in nocturnal urban scenes portraying original form.

Albert Foweraker, Roman Bridge over the Guadal Quivir in Cordoba.
Albert Foweraker, Roman Bridge over the Guadal Quivir in Cordoba.

The artist died in Swanage, Dorset, January 1942.

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5 Comments

  1. Dr. eres un born researcher. All contributions are very beautiful. Two of the works are unmistakable but the third is costing me work. Keep in mind that artists always pull your particular crop and are not faithful copies of reality his works, Julio Romero go no further funds use them at will.

    After I turn on the light bulb I have located, Valladares junction with Furnace Trinidad, Pineda and parking, It belongs to the house of La Lastra is now the School of Arts and Crafts. Now when I go there (I go to Trinidad), I will try to give a picture that justifies.

    Do not know how much I appreciate you force me to think and train the neurons that are somewhat vague and.

  2. I was confused the belfry is currently not. That is the palace of the Dukes of Hornachuelos or House of Sickles, was amended to adapt to school I think in the sixties of last century. I remember when it was inhabited by their owners, lived there who built the football field Archangel and blocks off the blocks were called Lastra, because the land was his family. The owner was José Ramón de la Lastra and Sickles.

  3. He visto con cierto apresuramiento estas obras que,francamente, n conocía.- Som ,muy ineresantes sobre todo para los mantes del arte de Antequera (Malaga)

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