Samuel Irvine Hertford (1859-1947) - Watercolour, Grazing Sheep
DescriptionA landscape depicting sheep grazing beside tall trees. Presented in a white painted mount and a gilt-effect wooden frame with ornate floral detailing. Signed to the lower-right edge. On watercolour paper.
There is some foxing and discolouration. Small scuffs to the lower-right edge of the mount. Some small chips to the frame, primarily to the corners. Overall in good condition.
30.2 x 45.2cm (11.9" x 17.8")Framed Size: 50.4 x 66.2cm (19.8" x 26.1")
Samuel Irvine Hertford (1859-1947) was a Liverpool born painter of landscapes in oil and watercolour. He was educated in America, studied at Liverpool School of Art, and in 1925 became President of the Liver Sketching Club. Hertford showed at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Royal Cambrian Academy, Royal Academy, Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, and Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. He died in Wallasey, Cheshire.
|Artist||Samuel Irvine Hertford (1859-1947)|
|Date||Turn of the Century|
|Dimensions||30.2 x 45.2cm|
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