16 June 2010
James Hardy, Jun. (1801-1889)
The Day's Bag
signed and dated 'J. Hardy Junr 1864.' (lower right) and signed with initials 'JH' (centre left, on a glass)
pencil, watercolour and bodycolour with gum arabic on oatmeal paper
21½ x 31¼ in. (54.5 x 79.4 cm.)
Frederick Turner; Christie's, London, 5 March 1880, lot 34, (50 gns to Child.)
with Alfred J. Mucklow, London.
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Leeds, Exhibition of Works of Art, 1868.
Bradford, Art Treasures and Industrial Exhibition, 1870, number untraced.
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