Samuel Palmer (British, 1805-1881), A chase in Venezia
Lot 86
Samuel Palmer (British, 1805-1881) A chase in Venezia
Sold for £15,600 (US$ 26,220) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Samuel Palmer (British, 1805-1881)
A chase in Venezia
indistinctly signed and dated 'S.PALMER/1861'; bearing a Walker's Galleries Ltd label on the backing board, inscribed verso in a later hand with various titles and also titled in a later hand on a label for Mawson, Swan & Morgan Ltd, picture frame makers on the inside of the backing board
watercolour over pencil with gum arabic heightened with bodycolour on card
19.5 x 43cm (7 11/16 x 16 15/16in).

Footnotes

  • PROVENANCE:
    Walker's Galleries Ltd, 118 New Bond Street, London;
    Acquired by a private collector almost certainly from the above;
    Thence by descent

    EXHIBITED:
    Walker's Galleries Ltd, 118 New Bond Street, 48th Annual Exhibition of Early English Water-Colour, which opened 30th June 1952, no. 85, under the title Noon – Resting Time, giving the same dimensions as here
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