London, South Kensington
22 July 2009
Edmund Bristow (1787-1876)
London from Greenwich
inscribed 'Greenwich Park.' (on a label attached to the reverse)
oil on panel
5½ x 7 in. (14 x 17.8 cm)
Mrs H. M. Fletcher.
Anonymous sale; J.P. Crush; Christie's, London, 21 January 1921, lot 130 (as London from Greenwich, together with 'Going to Market' and 'Cattle by a Stream'), for 4.2 sh to F. Partridge.
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