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Framed Early 19th Century Watercolour - Resting At The Water's Edge



An exemplary early 19th Century watercolour landscape showing two figures, seated by the edge of a beautiful river, running through a mountainous valley, with trees and cows surrounding them. The watercolour is fitting with the growing style of that era of watercolour painting, as popularised by the father of English watercolour, Paul Sandby. This certainly has elements of Sandby's influence, particularly in the style of the trees and distant mountains. The painting is unsigned and presented in a mid 19th Century frame with pretty laurel molding and beaded strapwork. The frame is finished with its original crown glazing that has a crisp and well executed Verre Églomisé border. On wove.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. There is a small loss to the Verre Églomisé at the lower left corner, and the artwork has slipped slightly at the left mount edge. Some debris trapped behind the glazing. The frame has had some substantial restoration to losses at the lower right quadrant.


26.8 x 38.5cm (10.6" x 15.2")

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Code qt632
Date Early 19th Century
Dimensions 26.8 x 38.5cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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