London, South Kensington
3 December 2015
Thomas Sidney Cooper, R.A. (1803-1902)
Through the glen in a snowdrift
signed and dated 'T Sidney. Cooper. R.A./1894' (lower left) and further incised with initials (on the stretcher) and further signed, inscribed and dated 'Ths Sidney Cooper RA/42 Chepstow Villas/Bayswater/N2/1894' (on a label attached to the stretcher)
oil on canvas
30 x 50 ¼ in. (76.2 x 127.7 cm.)
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 17 December 1920, lot 145 (250 gns to Sampson).
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K.J. Westwood, Thomas Sidney Cooper, C.V.O., R.A., David Leathers Publishing, Somerset, 2011, vol. I, p. 472, no. O.1894.4.
London, Royal Academy, 1894, no. 517.
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