8 July 2016
John Wootton (?Warwickshire c. ?1686-1764 London)
A wooded river landscape with a farmer and his ox-drawn cart on a path
oil on canvas
30 ¼ x 54 ½ in. (76.7 x 138.5 cm.)
with Agnew's, London.
Anonymous sale [Property of a Gentleman]; Sotheby's, London, 21 November 1979, lot 57 (£5,200).
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