A Regency painter who succeeded George Stubbs as Britain’s most significant animal artist, James Ward was also one of the country’s finest painters of rustic genre scenes, as seen in this oil study of Tintern wire mills.

Provenance

Peter Cochrane, likely acquired 1940s; Lowell Libson. An Art Loss Register Search will be carried out.


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