Attrib. James Stark (1794-1859) - c.1820 Graphite Drawing, Two Studies of Cattle
DescriptionTwo delicate studies of cattle in graphite, attributed to the English landscape painter James Stark (1794-1859). With delicate lines and adept use of shading, these studies were most likely completed in preparation for a larger landscape work. The significant experience and proficiency of the artist is clear in the anatomical realism and excellent proportions. Both studies are mounted together in a double card mount, as shown. Unsigned. On wove.
In good condition overall, commensurate with its age. Some surface marks and scuffing to the corners of the mount, as shown.
6.1 x 8.6cm (2.4" x 3.4")Sheet: 29.1 x 21.3cm (11.5" x 8.4")
James Stark (1794-1859) was an established English landscape painter and President of the Norwich Society of Artists from 1829. Known for his successful London career and wealthy patrons, Stark worked in oils, watercolour, graphite and chalk, mostly depicting rural landscape scenes, in addition to architectural and marine compositions. Some of his work has previously sold at Christie's, and is held at the University of Oxford, as well as the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.
|Artist||Attrib. James Stark (1794-1859)|
|Dimensions||6.1 x 8.6cm|
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