18 November 2004
Peter de Wint, O.W.S. (1784-1849)
pencil and watercolour
3¼ x 6 1/8 in. (8.4 x 15.6 cm.)
Harriet Helen Tatlock.
Muriel Grace Bostock.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 7 November 1995, lot 149.
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Lincoln, Usher Art Gallery, Peter de Wint, 1937, no. 203, lent by Geoffrey Harmsworth.
It has not been possible to identify the topography; however it has been suggested that the rounded hill may be the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Helen Tatlock was the artist's daughter and Harriet Helen Tatlock the artist's granddaughter, it then passed to her companion Miss Muriel Bostock before entering the collection of Sir Geoffrey Harmsworth and Dr. Donald Roman whose collection of views in Lincolnshire was sold in these Rooms in November 1995.
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