London, South Kensington
13 June 2002
Peter De Wint, O.W.S. (1784-1849)
Study of children climbing a fence; and Landscape study
with inscription 'Presented to the ... by Geoffrey Harmsworth, 1941 who obtained them from Miss Bostock to whom the residue of the Tatlock collection was presented' (according to an inscription on the backboard)
pencil and watercolour
2¾ x 7 in. (7 x 17.8 cm.); 4¼ x 6 in. (10.8 x 15.2 cm.)
Miss H.H. Tatlock, the artist's grand-daughter.
Miss Bostock, her companion.
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