A fine and charming late Georgian watercolour of a young lady with her dog, dipping her toes in a stream C.1820. Framed in Victorian bird’s eye maple frame.
Fine Georgian watercolour ‘Testing the water’
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A fine and early Georgian period watercolour of a young lady out with her dog and dipping her toes in a stream. The work is of an excellent quality, the face is beautifully drawn and the landscape is all worked in great detail. The painting was probably done by a talented amateur artist. Painting and drawing was taught to ladies from wealthy families during the later Georgian period and this is most likely a work of this type. The condition is excellent the colours are still quite bright and there are only a few minor marks on the paper. The painting has been later framed in a bird’s eye maple frame from the Victorian period, which is in excellent untouched condition. The painting would date to C.1820. A great and decorative example of the type and gives a great period look.
Overall sizes in inches including frame: 19 1/4 by 15
|Dimensions||2.5 × 49 × 38 cm|