Louis Bosworth Hurt  (British, 1856-1929) 

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Louis Bosworth Hurt, The Isle of Skye

 

Louis Bosworth Hurt
The Isle of Skye
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Louis Bosworth Hurt, Hillsides

 

Louis Bosworth Hurt
Hillsides
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Louis Bosworth Hurt, Cattle Grazing at the Lochs Edge

 

Louis Bosworth Hurt
Cattle Grazing at the Lochs Edge
1906

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Louis Bosworth Hurt, Cows in landscape

 

Louis Bosworth Hurt
Cows in landscape
oil on panel

 

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Louis Bosworth Hurt, Cattle watering in a mountain loch

 

Louis Bosworth Hurt
Cattle watering in a mountain loch, 1894
oil on canvas

 

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Louis Bosworth Hurt, Highland cattle by a mountain stream

 

Louis Bosworth Hurt
Highland cattle by a mountain stream, 1912
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  Louis Bosworth Hurt was a landscape painter from Derbyshire who exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1881 and 1901. He also exhibited at Suffolk Street. Hurt’s subjects were mainly highland scenes with cattle.
  Amongst the many titles that he exhibited at the Royal Academy were “In a Northern Glen”, “The Silence of the Woods” and “By Peaceful Loch and Mist-Wreathed Hill”.
  Hurt sought for and achieved purity of form in the more broken and undulating highland landscape. His is an important and distinguished interpretation, which he occasionally exaggerates, perhaps, but by means of which he succeeds in rendering a few timeless moments of nature.
  Works by Hurt can be found in many museums and art galleries including the Reading Museum.