Westley Horton (1846-1910) - Late 19th Century Watercolour, Squirrel by a Stile
DescriptionA charming and intricately detailed watercolour depicting a red squirrel beside a country stile. A stream pours through the foreground, flanked by grass and purple foxgloves. Signed to the lower-right corner. On watercolour paper laid to board.
There is some discolouration but overall in very good condition for its age.
32.8 x 22.7cm (12.9" x 8.9")Sheet: 35.8 x 25.1cm (14.1" x 9.9")
Westley Horton (1846-1910) was a painter of animals and rustic scenes who was recorded as living in Birmingham in 1874-5. His work is similar in mood to that of the watercolourists and illustrators Birket Foster (1825-1899) and Helen Allingham (1848-1926).
|Artist||Westley Horton (1846-1910)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||32.8 x 22.7cm|
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