Oliver Clare (1853-1927) British Black grapes, apples, peaches, strawberries and gooseberries against a bank; plums, greengages in a punnet, raspberries, white currants and an apple against a mossy bank,
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Oliver Clare (1853-1927) British Black grapes, apples, peaches, strawberries and gooseberries against a bank; plums, greengages in a punnet, raspberries, white currants and an apple against a mossy bank,
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Oliver Clare (1853-1927) British
Black grapes, apples, peaches, strawberries and gooseberries against a bank; plums, greengages in a punnet, raspberries, white currants and an apple against a mossy bank, both signed 'Oliver Clare', former dated '1917', oil on canvas board, 28 x 37cm (11 x 14½in). A pair (2)

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    A painter of fruit and flower subjects. He was the son of George Clare and like his brother, Vincent, he continued his father's style and subject matter. He worked mainly in Birmingham exhibiting only three times in London galleries.
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