Sir John Walrond Bart. (1818-1889) - Watercolour, Romsdalshornet, Norway I
DescriptionOne of a pair. A c.1860 view of the mountain Romsdalshornet in western Norway, one of the country's most iconic peaks, by Sir John Walrond, 1st Baronet (1818-1889). Presented glazed in a wash line mount and a distressed gilt frame. Monogrammed and inscribed 'Landmark' to the lower-right edge. Inscribed indistinctly to the lower-left edge. Later label to the verso. On watercolour paper.
There is some foxing and discolouration, including to the mount. Overall in good condition.
28.3 x 43.8cm (11.1" x 17.2")Framed Size: 48 x 61.9cm (18.9" x 24.4")
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Sir John Walrond, 1st Baronet (1818-1889) was a British politician and artist. He exhibited once at the Royal Academy and four times at the Royal Institute, previously named the New Watercolour Society. One of his paintings, 'Castello di Maniaci, Bronte, Sicily' (1876), is in the Royal Collection.
Romsdalshornet, Rauma Municipality, Møre og Romsdal, Norway
|Artist||Sir John Walrond Bart. (1818-1889)|
|Dimensions||28.3 x 43.8cm|
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