After Philip Richard Morris (1836-1902) - 19th Century Embroidery, The Reaper
DescriptionTaken from Philip Richard Morris' 1877 painting 'The Reaper and the Flowers', which currently hangs in Lancaster City Museum. Paint on silk with embroidery details to the figures and foreground. Well presented in a gilt effect frame. Unsigned.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. Very minor losses to the lower left corner of the frame. Otherwise in good condition.
33.5 x 47.5cm (13.2" x 18.7")Framed Size: 53 x 67cm (20.9" x 26.4")
Philip Richard Morris ARA (1836-1902) was an English painter of genre and maritime scenes, particularly of rural life. After moving to London with his father at fourteen to train for the family trade, Morris became increasingly interested in art and, with the help of William Holman Hunt winning round his father, Morris began taking evening drawing classes in the British Museum. He was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy in 1877.
|Artist||After Philip Richard Morris (1836-1902)|
|Dimensions||33.5 x 47.5cm|
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