E.J. Stodart (1879-1934) After Francis Wheatley R.A. - Engraving, Interior Scene
DescriptionA coloured stipple engraving from a series of works by Edward Jackson Stodart (1879-1929/34) after Francis Wheatley R.A. (1747-1801). Wheatley exhibited his series of oil paintings entitled the “Cries of London” at the Royal Academy between 1792 and 1795. Bearing a blindstamp to the lower left. Published 1925 by The Museum Galleries. Signed in pencil. On vellum.
Shows foxing in the upper right corner.
33.6 x 26.2cm (13.2" x 10.3")Sheet: 49.4 x 36.6cm (19.4" x 14.4")
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Francis Wheatley created these sublime images of street sellers that, although seen at the time as of little consequence beside his aristocratic portraits, are now the works upon which his reputation rests. Born in Covent Garden in 1747, Wheatley was ideally qualified to portray these hawkers because he grew up amongst them and their cries, echoing in the streets around the market. Francis Wheatley exhibited his series of oil paintings entitled the “Cries of London” at the Royal Academy between 1792 and 1795. Two year earlier, the forty-one year old painter had been elected to the Academy in preference to the King’s was declared insolvent in 1793 and struggled to make a living until his death in 1801, when the Royal Academy paid his funeral expenses.
|Artist||E.J. Stodart (1879-1929/34) After Francis Wheatley R.A.|
|Dimensions||33.6 x 26.2cm|
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