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Thomas Tudor (1785-1855) - Castle in a Landscape
  • Thomas Tudor (1785-1855) - Castle in a Landscape

    Thomas Tudor worked in the style of the early English school of watercolourists. Our picture is reminiscent of Thomas Girtin, Edward Dayes and John Varley with Tudor using a muted palette. The composition depicts a castle in the distance with possible rain clouds blowing ascross the landscape. The artist was born in Monmouthshire and spent a lot of his time painting in Wales, therefore it is likely our drawing is a Welsh scene.


    Medium: watercolour on paper, 12.5 x 17.5 cm, framed.


    Provenance: Walker's Galleries, 118 Bond Street, London (label verso); Christie's stencil '756NS'.


    Condition report: the picture is in generally very good condition. There are a few small foxing marks spread throughout, these are most visible in the sky.

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