After Culloden: Rebel-Hunting by Seymour Lucas. Exhibited at the 1884 Royal Academy. Chantrey Bequest. Oil on canvas. Source: Magazine of Art, which comments, “Seymour Lucas, in After Culloden — . . . purchased for the Chantrey Collection — has produced what seems to us his best work; it is a little trite and commonplace in subject, but it is well grouped and well composed, it has character and action, and it is good in colour and well painted” (351). Click on image to enlarge it.
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“Current Art.—I.” Magazine of Art. 7 (1883-84): 347-52. Internet Archive version of a copy in the University of Toronto Library. Web. 31 December 2014.
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