London, South Kensington
8 December 2011
Peter de Wint, O.W.S. (Stone, Staffordshire 1784-1849 London)
Fishermen carrying oars and lobster pots
with inscription 'Fishermen/by/Peter de Wint./from MB' (on a fragment of the original mount attached to the backboard)
pencil and watercolour
4 3/8 x 4 3/8 in. (11.1 x 11.1 cm.)
(Probably) Mrs Helen Tatlock (the artist's daughter) and by descent to Miss Harriet Tatlock, her daughter (d. 1922) by whom bequeathed to her companion Miss Muriel Bostock (d. 1942).
with Andrew Wyld, London.
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We are grateful to Timothy Wilcox for suggesting a date of circa 1810.
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