London, South Kensington
23 September 2009
Paul Fordyce Maitland (1863-1909)
Kensington Gardens, Evening
oil on panel
5 x 8 in. (12.7 x 20.3 cm.)
Painted circa 1897.
Purchased at the 1952 exhibition by Miss A. Balthazar.
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London, Leicester Galleries, Exhibition of Works by Paul Maitland, December 1952, no. 60.
Maitland and Roussel painted in the Royal Parks in the early 1890s and Maitland continued to do so until circa 1905. The present work is comparable to 'The Flower Walk, Kensington Gardens', circa 1897, in the collection of the Tate.
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