Attrib. Westley Horton (1846-1910) - Late 19th C. Watercolour, Flock at Dusk
DescriptionA still watercolour depicting a flock of sheep resting at dusk with farm buildings visible in the distance. Presented glazed in a white mount and distressed gilt-effect frame. Unsigned. On wove.
There is some minor foxing and discolouration. Some minor dirt trapped beneath the glazing and small scuffs to the corners of the frame. Overall in good condition.
15.6 x 33.5cm (6.1" x 13.2")Framed Size: 35.1 x 52.6cm (13.8" x 20.7")
Westley Horton (1846-1910) was a painter of animals and rustic scenes who was recorded as living in Birmingham in 1874-5. His work is similar in mood to that of the watercolourists and illustrators Birket Foster (1825-1899) and Helen Allingham (1848-1926).
|Artist||Attrib. Westley Horton (1846-1910)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||15.6 x 33.5cm|
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