Piebald Driving by Joseph Crawhall

A piebald horse trots through the scene with the dust on the road being kicked up by the horse's hooves.

Details

Medium:
Gouache on linen
Dimensions:
36.2 x 35 cm
Art Fund grant:
£33,750 ( Total: £135,000)
Acquired in:
2002
Vendor:
The Scottish Gallery

The landscape is more suggested than depicted in detail, and has the sea in the background, indicating that it might have been inspired by the Crawhall's native Northumberland coastline.

Provenance

John Nairn; Miss Nairn; Mr & Mrs Robert Wemyss Honeyman; thence by descent.

Venue details

City Art Centre 2 Market Street, EDINBURGH Edinburgh EH1 1DE 01315 293 993 www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk

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