“Scatter” c.1943 Jack Chaddock

“Scatter” c.1943 Jack Chaddock


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An original hand painted watercolour entitled “Scatter” by British war artist Jack Chaddock.

A brief narrative by Chaddock in regard to the painting is included and reads as follows:

“Scatter”. On the road north to Scordia, 5th Camerons are dive bombed dive-bombed by M.E.109’S.

Jack Chaddock’s art work is usually drawn from his own experiences and has a powerful authenticity and candour as well as being very well executed. He served in the 5th Cameron Highlanders in North Africa and appears to have been self taught.

A number of pieces very similar to the one for sale here are housed within the Imperial War Museum’s own collection. These can be found on their  website, a link to which is included here: http:/www.iwm.org.uk/collections/search?query=jack chaddock

The painting for sale therefore represents a rare opportunity to acquire an original piece of artwork from an important war artist whose work has been acquired and displayed by one of the UK’s most prominent museums.

The painting is in very good overall condition.
There is some very minor creasing and spotting to the surface of the paper in places. There is also a slight tear to the top left hand side edge of the painting which can be seen in the photos.
The colours of the painting remain bright, bold and vibrant.

The painting comes mounted, framed and glazed behind high quality conservation glass.

650mm x 520mm (Approx inc frame)