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Newbury Abbot Trent

(1885-1953), Sculptor

Sitter in 2 portraits

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Newbury Abbot Trent, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x121114

Newbury Abbot Trent

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 23 July 1921
NPG x121114

Newbury Abbot Trent, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x121115

Newbury Abbot Trent

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 23 July 1921
NPG x121115


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Alan Paul

15 November 2016, 20:24

N A Trent was not only a sculptor. He was also a painter in oils. I have a painting by him signed N A Trent and dated 1914. The subject is a river scene with a sailing barge and four chimneys of a power station in the background. It is well painted and shows the influence of Whistler's river scenes. The identity of the power station is uncertain as it does not look like the modern Battersea. Did Lots Road have four chimneys? As Trent had a studio at 1 Beaufort Street, it is very likely that he painted this picture from observation of the nearby river scene.

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