SIR ALFRED EAST, R.A., R.I., P.R.B.A., R.P.E. (BRITISH, 1844-1913)
SIR ALFRED EAST, R.A., R.I., P.R.B.A., R.P.E. (BRITISH, 1844-1913)
SIR ALFRED EAST, R.A., R.I., P.R.B.A., R.P.E. (BRITISH, 1844-1913)
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SIR ALFRED EAST, R.A., R.I., P.R.B.A., R.P.E. (BRITISH, 1844-1913)

Haru-no-Yuki (Snow in Spring)

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SIR ALFRED EAST, R.A., R.I., P.R.B.A., R.P.E. (BRITISH, 1844-1913)
Haru-no-Yuki (Snow in Spring)
signed 'ALFRED EAST.' (lower left) and further signed and inscribed 'HARU-NO-YUKI/Snow in Spring/Alfred' (on a partial exhibition label attached to the reverse)
oil on canvas
40 ¼ x 60 ¼ in. (102.3 x 153 cm.)
in the artist's original frame
Provenance
Ashfold School, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
with Roy Miles Fine Paintings, London, 1979, where purchased by the present owner.
Exhibited
Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, The Twelfth Annual Exhibition, 30 April - 30 June 1908, no. 88.
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TO BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE

Another version of the painting was exhibited under the same title at the Royal Academy in 1909. The second version features prominent trees covered in blossom in the foreground.
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