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George Gordon Fraser (1859-1895)

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George Gordon Fraser (1859-1895)

A lock on the upper Thames

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George Gordon Fraser (1859-1895) A lock on the upper Thames signed and dated 'G. Gordon/Fraser. 1884.' (lower right) pencil and watercolour with gum arabic, heightened with touches of bodycolour 14½ x 19½ in. (36.8 x 49.5 cm.)
Literature
To be included in the forthcoming publication,
Col. Lane, The Frasers of Huntingdonshire, Chris Beetles, London, Spring 2008.
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Sale Room Notice
The sheet is in good overall condition and the colours are strong and fresh. On close examination there is a small area of abrasion in the water in the lower left corner. The watercolour is in acid free housing and could be hung without further attention. The catalogue entry is a fair representation of the work.

Lot Essay

George Gordon Fraser, brother to William Fraser Garden exhibited from Alexander Road in Bedford at the Royal Academy from 1884-1893.

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