One of two paintings donated to the National Gallery by T W Bacon.
Stormy Landscape with ruins on a plain by Georges Michel, 17851843
© National Gallery, London
- 52 x 79 cm
- Acquired in:
- Presented by:
- T W Bacon through The Art Fund
Bacon was a collector for nearly 50 years, buying his first paintings in 1887. He was a close friend of Sir Charles Holmes, director of the National Gallery from 1916 to 1928, who with his wife was a frequent visitor to Bacon's Essex home, Ramsden Hall.