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London, View of the Thames in the Evening

  • Type: Painting

London, View of the Thames in the Evening is a 1926 oil painting by Oskar Kokoschka which depicts a brilliant yellow sun setting over Westminster with the Waterloo Bridge in the foreground. Between 10 March and 28 April 1928, Senor Kokoschka rented a room on the eighth floor of the Savoy Hotel, Strand, London. He created various paintings of views looking up and down the River Thames.

London, View of the Thames in the Evening is held in a private collection. Oskar Kokoschka's View of the Thames 1959 is owned by London's Tate Gallery, but it is not on display either. - AsNotedIn




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  • Palace of Westminster, London "London, View of the Thames in the Evening" is from the 8th floor of the Savoy Hotel, Strand, London. The View of the Thames stretches from Waterloo Bridge to Big Ben at The Palace of Westminster.
  • Waterloo Bridge, London "London, View of the Thames in the Evening" is from the 8th floor of the Savoy Hotel, Strand, London. The View of the Thames stretches from Waterloo Bridge to Big Ben at The Palace of Westminster.

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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1926/00/00 Oskar Kokoschka Painter London, View of the Thames in the Evening - created
1928/03/10 Oskar Kokoschka Artist Oskar Kokoschka takes a room on the 8th floor of the Savoy Hotel, London to paint views of the River Thames. The Savoy Hotel London

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Particulars for London, View of the Thames in the Evening:
Art Attribute Austrian Art
Art Medium Canvas
Art Medium Oil
Art Type Painting art of using colored substance to create a picture




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