E. J. Gregory, A.R.A.
Watercolour and bodycolour
17 1/2 x 12 1/4 inches
Provenance: with Richard Hagen, Broadway
“ In this watercolour of the 1870s a Tissot-esque beauty poses in an elegant black outfit lined with fur against a wintry backdrop, a splash of red at her breast. The setting may be Westhorpe Water, a series of lakes fed by the Thames, close by Gregory's home in Great Marlow, during one of the notably cold winters of the late 1870s.” — Rupert Maas
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