London, South Kensington
13 March 2013
John Berney Crome (1794-1842)
A view near Woodbridge, with two horses by a pond, a windmill beyond
oil on canvas
26 x 31 in. (66.1 x 78.7 cm.)
In a hand-carved wooden frame.
Sam Mendel, Esq., 1875
James Price, Esq., 1895
Henry Hirsch, Esq.; Christie's, London, 12 June 1931, lot 3, (sold for 330 gns. to Ansley).
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C.H. Collins-Baker, Crome, London, 1921, p. 174.
London, Burlington House, 1872, no.14.
Norwich, Norwich Castle, Crome Centenary, 1921.
The description for this lot should read 'John Berney Crome (1794-1842)'.
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