A RARE AND IMPORTANT VICTORIAN ENGLISH PASTORAL WATERCOLOR DEPICTING A LAKE SCENE WITH BOATS AND MANY OTHER FINE DETAILS WHICH WE TRIED TO CAPTURE IN MY PHOTOS. THE WATERCOLOR HAS A BEAUTIFUL DEPTH.
PLEASE TAKE YOUR TIME AND ENLARGE THE IMAGES.
SIGNED BY ONE OF THE LEADING AQUARELLISTS OF HIS TIME:
LISTED IN ALL THE MAJOR ART REFERENCE BOOKS LIKE BENEZIT, DAVENPORTS, EDITORIAL
OF BRITISH ARTISTS, MAYER, VOLLMER, THIEME-BECKER etc.
AND AUCTIONED BY THE
WORLDS LEADING AUCTION HOUSES.
WITH A NICE GOLDEN FRAME
AND MATTED. FABULOUS!
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Born March 18, 1826 in London as son of G. R.
Lewis. His main genre was landscapes, architectural, canals, rivers, lakes,
farms, cathedrals and children. Most of his works can be seen in major museums
all over the world, however, especially in the U.K. and Australia. He died in
DIMENSIONS: 25 1/4 inches (4.5 cm) long and 14 1/2 inches (almost 61 cm) wide with
frame; 17 1/2 inches (44.5 cm long and 6 3/4 inches (17 cm) wide the watercolor
in the mat.
AGE: dated 1905
several years ago from the renowned German auction house Rostahl near
CONDITION: Good. No repairs, chips, bends, dents, dings or