Samuel John Barnes (1847-1901) - Large 1894 Oil, Woodland Clearing with Sheep
Sulis Fine Art is proud to present a very fine landscape by the well regarded Victorian artist Samuel John Barnes. Here the artist has captured an expansive Scottish landscape with distant snow topped mountains and a flock of highland rams in a woodland clearing. Barnes has managed to convey the distance and the depth of the valley in a masterful way, with a natural colour palette and varying brushstrokes.
Barnes was a favourite of Queen Victoria, she purchased several works from the artist during the late 19th century. A collection of his paintings are currently kept by the Royal Collection Trust.
This fine study is handsomely presented in a large gilt frame with swept corners and scrolling leaf detail.Signed and dated. On canvas on stretchers.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age. With very minor surface dirt and small scuff marks to the upper left corner. The painting has been cleaned and relined, this has been completed to a very high standard. Overall the condition of the painting is very good. There are small marks to the frame and a minor loss to the lower right corner where a nail has pierced the moulding. However this is very minor.
75.5 x 126cm (29.7" x 49.6")Framed Size: 93 x 144cm (36.6" x 56.7")
Samuel John Barnes (1847-1901) was born in Birmingham. He studied at Birmingham School of Art and later in London. He married in 1876 to the artist Louisa Smith (fl.882-1928). Barnes exhibited from 1882 to 1897, including the Royal Academy in 1884, the Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Society of Artists and the and several pieces at the Royal Hibernian Academy. He is listed in the Dictionary of British Artists and the Dictionary of Victorian Painters. Barnes died in 1901 at the age of 54.
|Artist||Samuel John Barnes (1847-1901)|
|Dimensions||75.5 x 126cm|
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