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Rose Maynard Barton, R.W.S. (1856-1929)
Rose Maynard Barton, R.W.S. (1856-1929)

Parks Place, Knightsbridge, London

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Rose Maynard Barton, R.W.S. (1856-1929)
Parks Place, Knightsbridge, London
signed and dated 'Rose Barton. 1916' (lower left) and numbered '112' (on the reverse)
pencil and watercolour heightened with touches of bodycolour on artist's board
14 x 10¼ in. (35.5 x 26 cm.)
Provenance
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 19 May 2000, lot 143.
Anonymous sale; Whyte's, Dublin, 29 November 2007, lot 101.

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Born in Ireland, Barton accompanied Mildred Anne Butler to London in 1903 to study under Paul Naftel and settled in Knightsbridge. Many of her watercolours were suited for publication and appeared in Familiar London (1904) and The Ramparts of Empire (illustrated with Norman Wilkinson in 1910). Now known as Park Court, Park Place is a narrow alleyway running between buildings from Knightsbridge and providing access to Hyde Park.

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