Wynell-Mayow Watercolours

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These late Victorian watercolours by M.A. Wynell-Mayow feature a range of subjects, from still life, to architectural studies, botanicals to seascapes. Wynell-Mayow was likely a member of a sketching club, popular in the late-Victorian and Edwardian era as a place for like-minded people from affluent society to come together to pursue a pastime and receive instructional critique from a teacher. As such, they are a delightful expression of the artist’s commitment to and enthusiasm for the watercolour medium.