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Attributed to Alfred H. Green - 19th Century Watercolour, Shepherd in Highlands



An impressive 19th century English School watercolour, attributed to Alfred H. Green (fl. 1844-1878), with a monogram to the lower right which fits other monograms on record for this artist. The painting depicts a shepherd with his cattle in the Scottish Highlands. Beautifully presented in a gilt frame with leaf and berry corner decoration and a brand new cream mount. On wove.


In excellent condition. The frame has some wear and restoration, but the appearance is very good.


51 x 73cm (20.1" x 28.7")
Framed Size: 78 x 105cm (30.7" x 41.3")

Artist Biography

Alfred H Green was a renowned Victorian landscape painter born in Birmingham. He exhibited twelve works at the Royal Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery between 1844-78 and further works at the Royal Academy and British Institution, London.


Scotland, United Kingdom

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Code kh640
Artist Attributed to Alfred H. Green (fl. 1844-1878)
Date 19th Century
Dimensions 51 x 73cm
Framed Yes
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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