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Charles Issac Ginner Collection

Charles Issac Ginner was a British artist known for his diverse range of works, from oil paintings to watercolors and lithographs

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: Norwich, LMS & L. N. E. R, c. 1940 (lithograph in colours)

Norwich, LMS & L. N. E. R, c. 1940 (lithograph in colours)
1766923 Norwich, LMS & L.N.E.R, c.1940 (lithograph in colours) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); 100x62 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Norwich, LMS & L.N.E.R. Charles Ginner (1878-1952)

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: The Corner of the Kitchen, (pen, black ink and watercolour)

The Corner of the Kitchen, (pen, black ink and watercolour)
657258 The Corner of the Kitchen, (pen, black ink and watercolour) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); 35x23 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Corner of the Kitchen. Charles Ginner (1878-1952)

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: Godshill, New Forest, 1934 (oil on canvas)

Godshill, New Forest, 1934 (oil on canvas)
657621 Godshill, New Forest, 1934 (oil on canvas) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); Private Collection; (add.info.: Godshill, New Forest. Charles Ginner (1878-1952). Oil on canvas. Painted in 1934

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: Old Houses, Bath, 1927 (oil on canvas)

Old Houses, Bath, 1927 (oil on canvas)
1197169 Old Houses, Bath, 1927 (oil on canvas) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); 50.8x61 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Christie's Images

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: Plymouth Pier from the Hoe, 1923 (oil on canvas)

Plymouth Pier from the Hoe, 1923 (oil on canvas)
826678 Plymouth Pier from the Hoe, 1923 (oil on canvas) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); 30x24in cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Plymouth Pier from the Hoe. Charles Ginner (1878-1952)

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: The Avon, Bath, 1926 (oil on canvas)

The Avon, Bath, 1926 (oil on canvas)
657181 The Avon, Bath, 1926 (oil on canvas) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); 27x20in cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Avon, Bath. Charles Ginner (1878-1952). Oil on canvas. Painted in 1926

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: Boscastle Harbour, 1915 (oil on canvas)

Boscastle Harbour, 1915 (oil on canvas)
657764 Boscastle Harbour, 1915 (oil on canvas) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); Private Collection; (add.info.: Boscastle Harbour. Charles Ginner (1878-1952). Oil on canvas. Painted in 1915

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: The Landing Stage, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1928 (oil on canvas)

The Landing Stage, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1928 (oil on canvas)
826729 The Landing Stage, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1928 (oil on canvas) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); 51x61 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Landing Stage, Stratford-Upon-Avon)

Background imageCharles Issac Ginner Collection: A Corner in Chelsea, 1910 (oil on canvas)

A Corner in Chelsea, 1910 (oil on canvas)
1197128 A Corner in Chelsea, 1910 (oil on canvas) by Ginner, Charles (1878-1952); 94x133 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Christie's Images


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Charles Issac Ginner was a British artist known for his diverse range of works, from oil paintings to watercolors and lithographs. His attention to detail and ability to capture the essence of various landscapes and cityscapes is evident in his extensive body of work. In "The Corner of the Kitchen, " Ginner showcases his mastery with pen, black ink, and watercolor. The intricate details bring life to this everyday scene, highlighting the beauty found in simplicity. One of his notable pieces is "Godshill, New Forest" painted in 1934. This oil on canvas painting transports viewers into a serene forest setting, where sunlight filters through the trees creating a mesmerizing play of light and shadow. Ginner's talent for capturing architectural beauty shines through in "Old Houses, Bath. " Painted in 1927, this oil on canvas piece depicts charming houses that stand as testaments to history while exuding an undeniable charm. "Plymouth Pier from the Hoe" takes us back to 1923 when Ginner created this captivating oil on canvas artwork. The vibrant colors and dynamic composition transport us onto the pier itself as we take in the bustling atmosphere by the sea. In "Leeds Roofs, " completed in 1918 using Leeds watercolor techniques along with crayon, pen, black ink, and pencil; Ginner captures rooftops against a cloudy sky. This unique combination creates depth within each stroke while showcasing his versatility as an artist. "The Avon, Bath" showcases Ginner's skillful use of oils on canvas once again. Completed in 1926; it portrays Bath's tranquil river flowing peacefully amidst lush greenery—a testament to nature's timeless beauty captured by Ginner's brushstrokes. "Boscastle Harbour, " painted in 1915 using oils on canvas; reveals Ginner's ability to convey both serenity and power simultaneously. The harbor comes alive with its boats gently swaying in the water, while the rugged cliffs stand tall against crashing waves.