8 May 2009
Andrew Nicholl, R.H.A. (1804-1866)
A bank of poppies, cornflowers, marigolds and other wild flowers
signed 'A. Nicholl. R.H.A' (lower left)
pencil, watercolour and gum arabic, heightened with touches of bodycolour and with scratching out
14½ x 20¾ in. (36.2 x 52.7 cm.)
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 24 July 1973, lot 320. with Pyms Gallery, London.
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