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Peter La Cave (1769-1811) - 18th Century Watercolour, Pony and Trap



A late-18th century watercolour depicting two figures driving a pony and trap with a dog following behind. Presented glazed in a washline mount and a distressed gilt-effect wooden frame. There is a later label on the verso. Signed to the lower-right edge. On wove laid to backing wove.


There is some discolouration and mount burn. Overall well-presented and in good condition for a picture of this age.


11.7 x 16.7cm (4.6" x 6.6")
Framed Size: 31.6 x 36.9cm (12.4" x 14.5")

Artist Biography

Peter La Cave (1769-1811) was a painter, watercolourist, and draughtsman, primarily of landscapes with figures. He appears to have been mostly occupied as an art teacher. He worked in London, where he exhibited at the Royal Academy under the name of 'Le Cave', although many of his works are signed 'La Cave'. He is listed as exhibiting works between 1801 and 1806. Works by the artist are in the collections of the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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Code qg341
Artist Peter La Cave (1769-1811)
Date 18th Century
Dimensions 11.7 x 16.7cm
Medium Watercolour
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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