18 November 2004
William Marlow (1740-1813)
Three figure studies of an elegant lady and two gentleman, one wearing a greatcoat
pencil, black ink and watercolour, in the artist's ink line border
4 3/8 x 6 3/8 in. (11 x 16.2 cm.)
with Stanhope Shelton, Ipswich. 1978, where purchased for the present collection.
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Marlow worked in many parts of Britain, but he particularly favoured Twickenham and the river Thames where he lived from 1778. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1788 until 1807.
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