Charles Barber (Birmingham 1784-1854 Liverpool)
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Charles Barber (Birmingham 1784-1854 Liverpool)

Carts in a farmyard at Edgbaston

Details
Charles Barber (Birmingham 1784-1854 Liverpool)
Carts in a farmyard at Edgbaston
signed with initials, inscribed and dated 'C.B. Edgbaston Septr 27 1803' (lower right)
pen and black ink and watercolour, on paper
8½ x 10 5/8 in. (21.6 x 27 cm.); A watercolour of cattle in a farmyard by Thomas Richard Underwood; An unframed watercolour of a milkmaid crossing an old wooden bridge by another hand; and An unframed watercolour of figures on a country road, manner of Charles Bentley (4)
Provenance
the second, with E.R. Fox, Berkhampsted.
Special notice

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Lot Essay

Charles Barber was taught by his father Joseph Barber (1757-1811), see lot 804, whose best known pupil was David Cox (1783-1859).
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