London, South Kensington
9 July 2009
Peter De Wint, O.W.S. (Stone, Staffordshire 1784-1849 London)
A wagon by a post mill
with collectors drystamp 'T.B.' (lower right)
pen and brown ink
4¼ x 7¼ in. (10.9 x 18.5 cm.)
Miss G. M. Bostock; Christie's, London, 12 September 1941, part of lot 35.
H. S. Paget; Christie's, London, 10 March 1950, part of lot 11.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 20 October 1970, lot 67.
with Agnew's, London.
The late Theodore Besterman; Christie's, London, 17 November 1981, lot 87 (his dry stamp).
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Lincoln, Usher Art Gallery, Peter De Wint Exhibition, 1937, no. 134, lent by Miss Bostock.
Please see lot 138 for further information on the provenance of this picture.
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Please refer to the note on lot 638 for further information on this drawing and not to lot 138 as stated in the catalogue entry.
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