London, South Kensington
23 January 2007
BARNETT SAMUEL MARKS (1827-1916)
A Reminiscence of a Court Quarter Sessions. What are the Shepherds doing that the lambs go astray?
Signed 'B.S.Marks' (lower right)
Oil on canvas
13 x 11 in. (33 x 27.9 cm.)
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London, Royal Academy, 1868, no. 370.
A Welsh portrait and genre painter, Barnett Marks is believed to have moved to London from Cardiff in 1867. He exhibited at the R.A. between 1859 and 1891.
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