John Edmund Buckley (1820-1884) -Watercolour, Figure on a Mountain Path
DescriptionA very fine watercolour study of a figure in a mountainous landscape, with a ruined castle in the distance. Signed. On wove.
Condition is typical for a picture of this age with some minor discolouration to edges as shown, but overall the appearance is very good.
8 x 8.5cm (3.1" x 3.3")Sheet: 17.5 x 23cm (6.9" x 9.1")
From a 19th century album of very fine Victorian watercolours and graphite drawings by members of the Buckley family, who were an artistic Irish family originally from Cork. Featuring works by Charles Frederick Buckley (1812-1869), John Edmund Buckley (1820-1884), W. R Buckley and others. An original inscription in the album reads 'Mrs Holdernesse - the gift of her affectionate brother C F Buckley.
We have included images of the original album and this inscription for reference only - you will not receive these with your purchase. Collection Code 19vQ
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John Edmund Buckley was a member of the Irish Buckley family from Cork, along with Charles Frederick Buckley. John Buckley was working in Cork in 1835 as a miniaturist, portrait and landscape painter. Living with Charles Frederick Buckley, at 17 King William Street, in London in 1843, he began to exhibit at the Society of British Artists in the same year. He continued to do so intermittently until 1861, moving at least three times during that period: to Newman Street, in what was then the heart of the artistic quarter, north of Oxford Street (1846); 7 Rathbone Place, which runs parallel with Newman Street (1852); and 16 College Place, further north in Camden Town (1861). Dated works suggest that he painted until at least 1879.
|Artist||John Edmund Buckley (1820-1884)|
|Date||Mid 19th Century|
|Dimensions||8 x 8.5cm|
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