Fresh Run, Atlantic Salmon, Stackpil River, Norway

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Alexander Jardine was born in Essex, England, and studied at St Martin's School of Art, London, and in Brussels. A fisherman and naturalist, Jardine was particularly inspired throughout his painting life by fish and the life of rivers and streams. He designed the ‘British River Fish’ stamp series for the Post Office in 1983. His work has been exhibited internationally. The inscription on this painting gives the location as Stjokdal River in Norway.

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Fresh Run, Atlantic Salmon, Stackpil River, Norway




oil on canvas


H 59.3 x W 90 cm

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Acquisition method

gift from the artist, 1984

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Inscription description

Signed A. W. Jardine 70


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