Early work by Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson depicting a stretch of the Thames – estimate £6000-8000 at Roseberys.

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Depicting a stretch of the Thames (a view along Cheyne Walk and the Chelsea Embankment), it is signed and dated 1911.

During his period at the Slade, Nevinson’s style was predominantly Impressionist, although by mid-1913 he had discovered Futurism that would dominate his art during the Great War.

Nevinson historian Dr Jonathan Black has assisted in the cataloguing of this 16 x 20in (40 x 51cm) oil and canvas that comes for sale at Roseberys London on October 11 with a guide of £6000-8000.