Albert Moulton Foweraker (1873-1942) British Watercolor Artist
Albert Moulton Foweraker had been fascinated by the effects of certain light on the landscape, particularly 'Moonlight', as his paintings show. He is known for his use of the colour blue, and his Moonlight paintings of people carrying lanterns and light shining from windows are much sought after.
Foweraker obtained his Degree in Applied Science in 1893 at the Christ's College. In 1896 he earned First Class Honours, City & Guilds was a qualified Milling Engineer.
The artist was made a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1902 and had been exhibiting his work regularly at the Exhibitions in the Galleries of Pall Mall for years.
Foweraker travelled frequently to Spain, especially the South, Southern France and North Africa, and produced many paintings from these travels.
Autumn Paintings by Albert Moulton Foweraker
Moon in Painting